..I've been having vaginal symptoms since January. Initially it seemed like thrush...a little white discharge, and inflammation irritation. However after using thrush treatment and having tests for candida I've had to conclude it's not thrush. I have been in a stable relationship for 6 years, and my partner and I have never had any other sexual partners. Thus with common sense and even about 3 tests, I know I cannot have an STI. The doctors say that it must be some physiological change, which I could accept if it was not also affecting my partner. Sometimes when we have sex his penis becomes red and inflamed afterwards, but soon goes back to normal. I must have had every test possible, and it appears that I have no bacteria or fungus that could be causing this. It's really starting to affect my sex life and my relationship, and I can't seem to get any kind of diagnosis. I wonder is anyone has any ideas?
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