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Took Monistat for yeast infection, itching in clitoris still stays. Smelly white discharge from vagina. STD ?

I though from my symptoms to have had a yeast infeccion a couple.of months ago, i took monistat and all was well, but i kept having an itchy clitoris. I started noticing a whitish sustance around the outer vaginal lips and also coming.out of my clitoris hood. But nothing coming.out of the vagina, my vagina discharge .is normal, but i started to notice an oniony smell from the white discharge coming out of my clitoris, not fishy but oniony, granted i started to ponder and that day i had onions in my Food, but the smell is kinda off and on,, not constant, i have been reading about vaginal conditions and im not sure which one i should determine i have. I rule out std because my symptoms are not of an std, i have a lil bit of soreness, but thats only with the taking of the monsitat, because i put it on over night. I have had sex but my partner is cleaan of stds and infections. Please if i could get more info or anything, i would appreciate it
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there.

STD's are sexually transmitted infections & anything aquired through the act of sexual coitus in any form qualifies for this.

There are major STD's & minor STD's.

Having sex with a partner sans protection can always lead to an infection & just because the partner is 'clean' or 'free of STD's" does not mean one has to throw caution to the wind & no infection can be transmitted.

Vaginal discharges can be of various tyoes & in your case, Gardnella & trichomoniasis & candidiasis are three that spring to mind.

best get a swab of the area tested in a laboratory & visit a gynecologist or venereologist nearest you.

It is a problem easily addressed & wish you good health soon. Please do practice safe sex always.

Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD
Answered: Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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