Dark brown vaginal discharge urgent please help.

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Hi I am a female of 22 years. I had my period a week ago and the day before yesterday I started feeling so itchy, yesterday while taking a shower I realized unusual white discharge that burnt my vaginal walls, later went to the clinic and I was given fluconazole, when I took the pills the discharge increased but this time it was brown and at the moment I have these sores / rash on my vagina but the burning sensation is gone. The discharge has reduced too I would like to know whether it's serious and what I could be suffering from. Thanks

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    What do the sores look like? So you have no more symptoms, other than sores? Have you recently been sexually active?

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      Hi thanks for replying. Only before I went to the clinic I had this white discharge that left a burning sensation. But when I took the pills the discharge was no longer white but dark brown and larger in quantity. Despite the soreness I nothing is bothering me. And today I haven't experienced any unusual discharge of any colour. Is this a good sign? ? Yeah I am sexually active.
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    Hi feelbroken the rash was white in colour like small blisters but when I woke up they were not there....
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      OK.. Well, if you don't have any symptoms, then I wouldn't worry too much about it. However, when was your last full std screwning? Did you request herpes test as well in that? It is not included in the screen. I think it would behoove of you w being sexually active, to get checked and no your status.
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