Almost a year ago, my urine tested positive for e.coli. I had no UTI symptoms other than feeling heat in the front of my vulva and an annoying odorless vaginal discharge and irritation. I was prescribed Macrobid which cleared it up. A couple of months later, I developed the clear, odorless discharge again with no UTI symptoms and my urine tested positive for GBS. My gyno prescribed 14 days of Amoxicillin and my urine cultures after have been negative for GBS. I still have the constant discharge which has made me extremely red and irritated. The discharge is mostly clear, but sometimes there are milky clumps in it which I see every once in a while in the toilet after I urinate. And sometimes it's almost rubbery. Now the ache radiates into my inner thighs and up the front of my pelvis on the right side toward my lymph node. It's slight and comes and goes.
Because it looks like yeast, I was prescribed several rounds of yeast treatments including Diflucan every day for 14 days. They did nothing. My gyno did a full panel (I've had 3 panels since this began) testing for yeast, BV, chlamydia, Trich and Gonorrhea. All were negative, AGAIN. He now wants me to see a Urologist for a cystoscopy.
Other than this, I'm a very healthy, 42 year old female.
Does this sound like a urinary tract issue?
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