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A 37-year-old female asked:

thick white vaginal discharge constantly. ob tested no type of infection or yeast. on birth control pills. what could this be how do i get rid of it?

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Dr. Lori Mcneal
Obstetrics and Gynecology 34 years experience
Discharge: The birth control pill can cause increase in thick vaginal mucus to prevent sperm penetration. If there is no infection, may need to use a nonhormonal method of contraception if it persists and is bothersome.
Dr. Thomas Buehner
Infectious Disease 40 years experience
Resistant candidiasi: First u need to make sure that not only a wet mount/KOH prep was done but also a specific yeast culture.This is a resistant yeast infection that will require long term therapy.U had some benefit from boric acid & white color points to yeast infection. Physiologic leukorrhea.can b due to estrogen w/o any other symptoms. Scented panty liners, spermicides, soaps, perfumes, latex condoms can all cause

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You're welcome - I hope you feel better soon!
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It burns when I urinate. I have had many yeast infections in the past, but my discharge now has a fishy odor. Is it bacterial vaginosis? What can I do

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I have visible blood in my urine and went to hospital and they said I had a UTI infection but my left kidney is in bad pain, is this from a uti?

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