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So if you go to my previous post I thought I had an std so I finally got tested a few weeks ago for chlamydia, trich, gonorrhea, yeast infection, bv, and for a uti. EVERYTHING CAME BACK NEGATIVE! Other then them saying that they saw some bacteria in my urine and I took bactrum. MY vaginal burn has gone down a bit but I still feel it a bit. I have anal itching sometimes. I have slight vaginal itching, and my discharge is funny to me. I'm currently ovulating so maybe that could be the reason why my discharge is this thick. I had received/given oral sex one time on February the 1st and I'm frustrated because people keep telling me nothing is wrong but I feel like something is wrong. I'm still worrying sometimes because since my results came back negative, I don't know what else to do. My mom told me that I should go to a gyno again who specializes in vaginal dermitology. I'm going to schedule another appointment next month to with a different hospital to see what they say. My vagina and throat having been hurting since that day, I am finding it imagehard to believe that I DONT HAVE ANYTHING.

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    ALSO I've been having smegma build up in my vaginal folds lately. And I have to wash my area at least 3 times a day to keep away the smell.

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    Looks like a bad yeast infection.

    You might need something internally like a pessary. Or something you take like fluconazole 😃.

    Don’t wash with any soap- just warm water. Try not to put the water up there as the PH will become unbalanced.

    Studies have show that a diet with a lot of sugar can and poor digestive health can trigger yeast infections. Try decreasing sugar intake and maybe taking a probiotic and increase your green veg intake 😃

    Hope this helps.

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