Is this an std?? Or could it be a yeast infection

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very itchy down there and red and the yellow chunky looking discharge.. very scared

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    looks like a yeast infection . go to dollar store or walmart . monistat will clear it

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    It looks like it could be a yeast infection if it gets bad enough it can spread to your anus. Do you notice any redness or soreness there?

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      yes a little bit.. the itchiness and all of a sudden yellow looking discharge has been happening for a month now and im scared to tell my mom something is going on down there because shes very strict and i sont live in the best household so if it turned out to be an std things wouldnt be good for me, but im 16 so i dont have a car or any way to go get tested or see my gynecologest

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      It sounds like a yeast infection you can get them without having sex so you might just be able to tell her and get some medication at the store. I would watch the surrounding areas and make sure it doesn't spread. Did you say that you do have redness, soreness or itchiness in your anus?

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    It could be yeast infection. The color is kinda off white maybe your period is approaching? Don't get to anxious just observe if there's any changes for a couple of days.

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    A trich discharge is frothy, thin and has a foul smell. If it is an STD, you have symptoms like painful urination or pain in the lower abdomen.

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