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Itchy vagina with white discharge, itchy tiny bumps post sex. No relief with monistat. Partner does not have any signs. Cause?

I had sex and the next morning I woke up with a very itchy vagina I also have white discharge that looks like cottage cheese so I got monistat thought it was a yeast infection but it hasn t help I also have these teenie teenietiny bumps lots of them in my vagina they just itch but their so small... Could u please tell me what could be wrong also my partner dosent have any signs of anything I ve seen for myself
Asked On : Tue, 26 Jun 2012
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OBGYN 's  Response
May 2013
hi,
according to your description there is possibility for STD'
so you visit local gynecologist and,
-get physical examination`eee4,
-after taking swab from discharge and get culture and sensitivity,
depending on these the cause can be identified,
then preferably you and your partner both should take treatment,
because though he is not having symptoms the chance of infection cannot be completely excluded,
take care.
Answered: Wed, 27 Jun 2012
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