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????!!!!!WHAT ARE MY SYMPTOMS??????!!!!

......I REALLY NEED HELP.....

I HAD UNPROTECTED SEX WITH MY BOYFRIEND AND THE DAY AFTER I STARTED HAVING A YELLOWISH DISCHARGE I LOOKED IT UP AND IT SAID IT IIS A YEAST INFECTION AND NOW I HAVE BEEN HAVING IT FOR A WEEK I HAVE ALSO BEEN HAVING ABDOMEN PAIN AND ROUND MY GROIN. I DONT KNOW IF I COULD BE PREGNANT AND IDONT KNOW WHY I COULD HAVE GOT THIS YEAST INFECTION.

CAN YOU PLEASE HELP ME
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replied May 23rd, 2016
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This is not a pregnancy sign which anyway doesn't start the day after sex. You most likely were infected by your boyfriend who did not carefully wash everything beforehand. The internet will tell you about "yeast infection relief" including the fact that there are over-the-counter medications. The caution is that for a first infection you should have a doctor check it out in case it is more than just yeast.
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replied October 3rd, 2019
Hello and welcome to EHF !


I went through your query and i understand your concern.The main symptom of a vaginal yeast infection is itching, but burning, discharge, and pain with urination or intercourse can also occur. Recovery depends on two factors :
how severe theinfectionis and how it's treated. Mildyeast infectionsmay clear up in as few as three days. Sometimes, they don't even requiretreatment. But moderate to severeinfectionsmay take one to two weeks to clear. Antifungal could help.



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