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I have white yeasty (watery) discharge that won't go away. Tried yeast infection meds and a swab was negative. It's been 2 months, what could it be?

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Dr. Hunter Handsfield
Internal Medicine - Infectious Disease
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In brief: Not yeast. BV?

Not surprising yeast meds didn't help.
Contrary to common beliefs, vaginal yeast infections typically cause little or no increased discharge -- mostly itching/irritation, sometimes scant thick discharge. Thin ("watery") white discharge often is bacterial vaginosis, especially w/ strong odor. (Yeast infections don't smell.) And STDs are more common in women w/ BV. Get care soon for diagnosis and Rx

In brief: Not yeast. BV?

Not surprising yeast meds didn't help.
Contrary to common beliefs, vaginal yeast infections typically cause little or no increased discharge -- mostly itching/irritation, sometimes scant thick discharge. Thin ("watery") white discharge often is bacterial vaginosis, especially w/ strong odor. (Yeast infections don't smell.) And STDs are more common in women w/ BV. Get care soon for diagnosis and Rx
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Dr. Philip Miller
Family Medicine

In brief: Bacterial

vaginosis (V) or excessive sexual secretions.

In brief: Bacterial

vaginosis (V) or excessive sexual secretions.
Dr. Philip Miller
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