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Suffering from yeast infection.

I believe I may have a yeast infection and wanted to go over my symptoms with you. I have no noticable discharge, slightly itchy, mild swelling, does not hurt to urinate, however it was uncomfortable to wipe after urinating yesterday. I mainly felt sore/tender between the anus and vagina, it bothered to sit down in the car yesterday, the skin looks slight bumpy, but when I touch it, I feel no bumps. Intercourse was uncomfortable at times. I started using monistat 7 yesterday. I noticed this morning that it felt better down there was easier to wipe after urinating. However, I do still feel slight discomfort but it is a lot better than it was yesterday. Since the yeast medication appears to be working, could I have yeast?
Asked On : Tue, 5 May 2009
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  Anonymous's Response
yes going by wat u re describing it could very well be yeast. i had yeast but since there was no curdy discharge i kept thinking it couldnt possibly be tht so never tried yeast medicine. Later i found from doctor that yeast can happen with little or only water like discharge.
Answered: Fri, 21 Aug 2009
  Anonymous's Response

i think i have a yeast infection and i've been using medicine and its been helping but today some yellow discharge came out and a tiny of sprinkle of blood also came out. is that normal? bad? helppppp):

Answered: Sat, 24 Oct 2009
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