Normal vaginal discharge? (pics included)

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Long story short: I was diagnosed with a yeast infection on May 30th by my doctor, and treated it with canesten 3 day, as well as one of those single dose oral pills a week and a half after that due to a slight recurrence. I had no itching, but very bad burning as well as discharge that looked closer to grains of rice rather than cottage cheese (sorry for the visual!). 

Every since then, this has been my discharge, without any other symptoms. Is this strange? The pictures with the checkered floor are around June 20th, and the photos with the white/pink background are from today.  

Things to note: the discharge was not this jelly-like right after my period, but returned today. I am also on the birth control patch, and recently used it to skip a period. This past period was the first in a few months. This discharge also doesn't actively come out- I have to reach as far up as I can with my finger and "scoop" it out, for lack of a better term. Sex and urination don't hurt. 


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    Another note! 

    Both sets of pictures were taken a day or two after sex with my boyfriend. We are monogamous, use condoms every time, and both have gotten std panels that came back clean at the start and middle of our relationship so far. I also got tested for a few at the time of the yeast infection and those came back clean as well. 

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    I am not answering your question since you I am not specialist and apologize for this.

    Please can you tell me how to add photos to the post?

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    Hi Chloe, OK try again? Now your really need to think about this answer but I think your find its right, now if youir sex sessions last a bit, its your normal light discharge that has just got thicker form your sexual actions, its a bit like beating up cream to make it thicker, your just doing the same with your vaginal discharge. OK

    Said your need to think about it.

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    im having this same problem but nothing seems to be working, did you ever figure out what it is?

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