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Dark and black stains in underwear, over weight, fatigue, smelly. On zofolt. Suggest?

Hello, I have been getting dark stains, blackish in colour on my underwear. I have no discharge and it is clear on wiping. I am 33 yrs old, no children, regular periods, and overweight ( which im finding hard to lose) i am also taking 100mg of zoloft per day. I have been told i might have low thyroid but blood tests come back normal . I have noticed that i ve been sweating excessively and it smells different to normal. Also my privates have a funny smell sometimes. Could it be a candida overgrowth??? Or something else? Thank you for your time! Mel
Asked On : Sat, 2 Mar 2013
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response

Thanks for asking.

Dark stains can be blood and it needs to be investigated,I do not think zoloft in any way is the cause of the dark stain.

Intermittent dark spots ( bleeding) can have diverse etiology and needs first of all the complete urine examination to see if there is any urinary infection.


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