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Could i have an std? i am a teenager and have never had sex but have done oral sex. i have a lot of non stop vaginal discharge with a weird/ bad odor. my vagina is red, dry and irritated and is itchy and kinda burns. i have been treated for yeast infectio

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Dr. Heidi Fowler
Psychiatry 26 years experience
Hello. : Hello. I can't tell you if you have an std. If cunnilingus was performed on you (someone else made oral contact with your genitals) that could be a route for transmitting a sexually transmitted disease. It you have a burning, itching vagina which is red with malodorous vaginal discharge, it is important for you to be medically evaluated. Take care.
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Dr. Timothy Hughes
Obstetrics and Gynecology 28 years experience
As : As a gynecologist, i always counsel patients with questions of this type to be seen by a gyn specialist as promptly as possible. Understand that it is impossible to make a diagnosis of this type without n appropriate examination and testing, and ultimately give you the treatment you require. Untreated or misdiagnosed pelvic infections can have serious long term consequences.
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See your Dr ...: There are may cause of copious vaginal discharge. Non STD causes include Bacterial Vaginosis (overgrowth of normal bacteria) and Thrush (yeast infection). STD causes of vaginal discharge include Chlamydia, Gonorrhoea and Trichomonas. These are less likely with oral sex, but not impossible and should be treated. Also consider foreign body, such as retained tampon. See your Dr for full exam + advice
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Last updated Nov 4, 2020

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