I just recently got thru w/ a 10 day anitibiotic for a uti. However, I still have burning when I pee. &now white discharge. Yeast infection?

Yeast infection. . That long course of antibiotic could have led to a fungal infection. Not unusual. This would require additional treatment. .
UTI. If symptoms of urinary tract infection persist after a few days of treatment ,return to the prescriber for another culture and exam. Infection may not have cleared.

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