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Yellow discharge, blood and white discharge from vagina. Taken monistat. Is it yeast infection?

I am 20 years old, height 5 ft 4 in, 150 lbs. I was supposed to start my period the week of the 21st of january, never started. Though, there has been a yellowish discharge from my vagina . Also white clumpy discharge. This, i believe is sign of yeast infection . i purchased monistat today and will begin using it tonight. I have taken 5 pregnancy tests that all said negative on being pregnant. Now, there is blood coming from my vagina, but it only shows up when i wipe, and there is barely any on my pad.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Feb 2013
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You might have yeast infection (white clumpy discharge) but to confirm you should do a vaginal smear to see the germs or the yeast,because you have yellow discharge and than bloody.
Monistat is for the yeast infection but you should consult with your doctor for the medication because the yeast infection are very recurrent if do not medicate in the right way.
Blood discharge ,may be menstruation or problems with infection.
If you have 2 years that you have started intercourse you should do a PAP smear.
Take care of your self
Answered: Tue, 26 Nov 2013
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