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Had unprotected sex, soreness, white discharge, itchiness, yeast infection. Pregnant?

had unprotected sex and the next day woke up feeling sore and by the end of the same day developed thick white discharge and itchiness. I have had a yeast infection thrush before once but it was when I was pregnant and really worried that it is a symptom of pregnancy rather than a ph imbalance as a result of the unprotected sex. If I had become pregnant would my body react with a yeast infection this quickly to hormone change... is it even possible to become pregnant this quickly?? thanks in advance!
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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OBGYN 's  Response
Mar 2016

Above clinical features are mostly suggestive of vaginal yeast infection. Here, you need to take anti fungal cream or vaginal suppository at bed time to get relief.

Next thing, you would undergo one home pregnancy test soon after missed your period. Blood test for beta hcg is required after 7 days to confirm.

Consult with gynecologist regarding this for suggestive measures. Maintain genital hygiene before & after each sexual activity.

All the best.
Answered: Thu, 28 Jan 2016
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