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Discharge and cloudy urine

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I was very irritated in my vagnial area after sex with my husband we sometimes use KY jelly and it has never irritated me before. so i use some vaginal cream and some jock itch cream not at the same time but on different days well the itch went away but it left me with a discharge and cloudy urine. what can i do to get rid of the discharge my urine is cloudy sometimes.

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replied May 23rd, 2010
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A12358
Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out.

As you have mentioned that the urine is cloudy, there is a good possibility of an infection in the urine.

For the confirmation of the same, I’ll suggest doing a urine analysis and culture. This will help in finding the culprit organisms causing the infection and deciding the treatment.

If the vaginal discharge is clear and is not associated with any itching or discomfort, then you need not worry.

However, if the discharge is associated with pain or itching, then it’ll need further investigation to rule out the possibility of an STD.

Please do consult a gynecologist for the same. I sincerely hope this information helps. Take care.

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