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excessive vaginal discharge with odor

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 6, 2011
  • 03:23 PM

I'm 20 years old, and I just had my baby girl almost 2 years ago. I can't remember exactly how long this has been going on, but I'd say for atleast over a year. I have extreme vaginal discharge that usually smells. And it's to the point wear my underwear are always wet and it's making me so uncomfortable. I went to the Dr last month and she did a pap smear, and it came back I had a bacterial infection. But I took the anti biotics she prescribed me but that didn't change anything. Does anybody know what this could be? Also, I had a chlamydia test just 2 months ago that came back negative so I know that's not it.

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  • I'm 20 years old, and I just had my baby girl almost 2 years ago. I can't remember exactly how long this has been going on, but I'd say for atleast over a year. I have extreme vaginal discharge that usually smells. And it's to the point wear my underwear are always wet and it's making me so uncomfortable. I went to the Dr last month and she did a pap smear, and it came back I had a bacterial infection. But I took the anti biotics she prescribed me but that didn't change anything. Does anybody know what this could be? Also, I had a chlamydia test just 2 months ago that came back negative so I know that's not it.I'm 43 and have had this problem on an off (mostly on) since I was 17 years old. I year old I read one of these threads. One of the reponses were to douche with a capful of 2% hydrogen peroxide. I have been doing this for the last 1 and it has worked wonders. First I went to the doctors office and received the prescription for the vaginal metro gel. This clear the infection up. The peroxide kept the bacteria from coming. Now I use use the peroxide douche at least once a week. I never thought this condition would ever go away. My quality of like now is so much better. I have gone through years of depression with this condition. Please try this.....Good luck
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  • It may be a sign that you are ovulating if it only occurs one to three days during the month. If it continues past that talk to your OB/GYN, but I am betting you will be fine. A lot of women find that they notice this monthly and it can be a comfort and help.
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