What does it normally mean when you have yellow pus coming out of your cervix?

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I would post a photo but I'm doing this from my phone.

It does burn when I pee, I had unprotected sex 3 weeks ago, there is a smell but it's very mild? I've never had a smell before, it is a bit itchy..and I've taken a few pics of my cervix everyday to see what it looks like.

At first it just looked a little bloody with some yellow, the next day there is very little pus draining out (it's thick), and then today there was a lot more thick yellow pus.

I have an app Friday, I just am scared it's something that I can't get rid of. Has anybody had this problem before?

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    Hi there,

    Seems like thrudsh from the symptoms you are describing.

    I would try the canesten trush treatments oral and creams and see how you go until friday.

    Nothing worse than feeling itchy.

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    Hi bree,

    Sorry to offer an opinion contrary to Dawn's, however, it does sound like it could be a bacterial infection of the vagina from what you have described. These are usually very easy to cure with antibiotics, which your doctor will likely issue you with if this is the case. (Canesten is for fungal infections and wouldn't work in this case, so I would wait until you've spoken to your doctor before buying treatment).

    In the meantime, I would certainly refrain from sexual intercourse until you've seen your doctor and cleared the infection. You might want to try and see your doctor sooner if possible, particularly if you're experiencing discomfort.

    Hope that helps.

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