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The first time I had sex, it was around November 2014. My partner used condoms so we would be safe. I came on my period the day after having sex. After I got off my period, I noticed that I was having abnormal discharge. I went to the doctor to be tested for STDs and everything came back negative and I was sent home. I was still experiencing discharge so I returned to the doctor a week later and I was diagnosed with bacterial vaginosis and a yeast infection. I was prescribed medication for both of these conditions and I got better.
The second time I had sex was around Feburary 2015. Comdoms were used this time as well. After having sex, a few days later I was experiencing a slight burning sensation when I would urinate. It almost felt as if I had an UTI. I also had spotted tonsils that were red. It looked like I had tonsilitis. I went to the doctor about this and my UTI test came back as negative. I was prescribed a medication for my condition. The medication helped my throat, but it did not fully cure the burning and heavy sensation while uriniating. I decided to go to the doctor again a week later because my symptoms had gotten slightly worse. My lympnodes were swollen in my neck and I was begining to think I had a STD. I went to the doctor to be tested for STDs and my doctor prescribed me medication just in case I came back positive for gonorrhea. My STD test came back negative and the medication cleared me of my symptoms.
The last time I had sex was in April of 2015. As usual my partner and I used condoms. A few days after having intercourse, I stared to develop tonsilitis and I was suspecting some abnormal discharge. I went to the doctor to be tested for STDs and I was prescibed an antibiotic for my tonsilitis. My STD test came back negative, but the doctor said that I had Bacterial Vaginosis. I was prescribed medication for this as well and I eventaully got better.
I noticed that I did not start having problems with bacterial vaginosis until I started having sex. Each time I had sex, my partners did give me unprotected oral sex. I'm wondering if unprotected oral sex is contributing to the bacterial vaginosis? Also, I gave my last two partners oral, but they were wearing a condom while doing this. I don't understand why I always get tonsilits after having sex. Can someone please help me? This is really taking a toll on my sex life. I don't want to be on antibiotics after each time I have sexual intercourse.
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