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yellow and green vaginal discharge for 2 months. no itching or swelling. odour is normal . used flagyl for 7 days but didn't work??

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Infectious Disease 53 years experience
Infection? STD?: With colored vaginal discharge, you are right to be concerned about infection. Non-response to metronidazole, plus lack of odor, are strong evidence against trichomonas and bacterial vaginosis. See a doctor or clinic for STD testing (gonorrhea, chlamydia) if not yet done. Also ask about cervicitis, also pap smear and HPV testing. Good luck!

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A 21-year-old female asked:

Yellow and green vaginal discharge for 2 months. No itching or swelling. Odour is normal . Used flagyl for 7 days but didn't work? I'm virgin.

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Infectious Disease 53 years experience
See a doctor: This is a repeat question, but yesterday you didn't say you are a virgin. Have you had any non-intercourse sexual activity, like receiving oral sex? Or hand-genital contact with your vagina? These are extremely low risk for STDs, but maybe not zero, e.g bacterial vaginosis. BV usually has odor and responds to metronidazole, but not always. Yesterday's advice is unchanged: see a doctor. Good luck!

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