I have been to the doctor 3 times now for yeast infections every time I ovulate. All of the symptoms are there (redness, itchiness, pain, discharge) but 2 of the 3 times I was tested, there was no yeast. The last time I went the doctor said I could possibly have herpes so I got tested for that and I got medication, just in case, well, it's not doing anything and the test came back negative. So, it's not herpes, and if it's not a yeast infection or bacterial vaginosis (they tested for that too), what is it?!?! It has been going on for about a year, EVERY MONTH, very painful. Also, I got tested for Diabetes and I don't have it.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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