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I have a white discharge from vagina after having sex

Hi I am a 23 year old female. I had sex with my partner.Since then I have had a white discharge, it does not smell nor does it itch, and at times it seems like a lot.it pains in left side today i found little blood with whitening.I had meet an doctor she gave some medicines a tube for viral infection at the time it stop but now it again started.Is it a serious problem becoz some times it pains a lot in left side though i had no sex since 2 week pls help
Asked On : Tue, 20 Jul 2010
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HI
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Read your prob, white discharge is common prob in women. first you should rule out the cause of it by getting blood test like TORCH, n culture n sensitivity test of vaginal swab. white discharg is cause of PID which lead to pain. discuss it with your doc n start proper treatment. do not worry it can be cured.
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