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Yellow, green watery discharge. No help with vaginal pills. Solution?

I have a yellow/green discharge that comes now and then its bothering me because it doesn t stop now it become watery,to clinic on August 2012 and they gave me some pills the other pill was to put in my vigana and the other parkets were to take after mills it didn t work.i m confused dont now what to do cause maybe its damaging me what can help me please help.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms suggest that you may have contracted vaginitis, probably monilial and bacterial. You should get a vaginal swab, urinalysis and a trans-vaginal sonogram. If urinary infection can be excluded as is an intrapelvic cause for the discharge, you need antibiotics and anti-fungal medication to cure the symptoms. Your partner may also have to be treated. For any treatment to be effective, you should maintain genital hygiene, abstain from intercourse during the treatment period and wait for at least a week for the treatment to work. Hope this helps.
Answered: Fri, 30 Aug 2013
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