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STD symptoms but NO STD please HELPPP!

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  • Posted By: Nychick89
  • October 29, 2006
  • 10:53 PM

I'm a 17 year old female, I've been having weird things going on with no explanation. The outer part of my vagina feels irritated, with slight itching, and at times a little sore, without having sexual intercourse. After sexual intercourse it itches and has a moderate burning sensation that lasts for a few days. My discharge also changes, at times I think its normal but sometimes it seems too white and thick, and sometimes too watery. I don't know if its normal for a woman to constantly have secretions, but I have to always wear panty-liners, or put toilet paper in my underwear because of the constant wetness. I also have pelvic pain, or lower abdominal pain (specifically near the ovaries) almost everyday. I have had 3 ultrasounds done, and have been tested for gonnorhea/chlamydia, candidas, bacterial vaginosis, etc. 4 times, every few months. No one can find out whats going on. Does anyone have ANY ideas of what could be going on? or what I should do.. or what to ask my doctor?? I'm clueless.

Also I'm not pregnant, and rarely have sex.
Have Never douched.


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  • yeast infections can give you that burning sensationalso the fluids change depending on the month, year, etc. I saw your post and thought i would respond because at one point about a year ago i convinced myself that i had an std which turned out to be mono. (it went undiagnosed for five months. I actually had been tested for it initially but it didn't show up right away. If you have had ultra sounds you are prob. fine.
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