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Yellowish vaginal discharge after unprotected sex. Treated for yeast infection. Could this be STD?

Im 18 and i had unprotected sex last weekend in a lake. a few days later i started itching really bad down there and i noticed a thick cottage cheese like discharge . i have gotten treatment for a yeast infection cause thats what it looks and feels like (I ve had them before). i used the treatment yesterday. and today the discharge was like a really thick yellow color. there is no odor. could the yellow discharge be the medicine? cause i asked my mom and she said it could be some kind of STD . I ve been doing research and i haven t seen any std s that look or match yeast infections let alone my symptoms.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Thanks for query,
Your vaginal infection is not only yeast but it is mixed bacterial& anerobic too as you have penetration in lake.
The yellow discharge indicates infection.
You should require oral medication along with local application.
Consult your doctor.
Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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