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    Discharge and smelling... help!!!
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    anonymous619 posted:
    So for several months now I have been having discharge that smells sort of cheesy (gross I know).

    It smells even right after taking a shower and washing. I have tried using Monistat and seeing my doctor, the Monistat seems to work but the smell and discharge came back within a week. My doctor ran a full battery of tests on my for STI/STD's and came up with nothing.

    The only person I've had sex with is my husband and he has been tested and came up clean. He also cleans himself every day.

    Please help, I don't know what else to do
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    tlkittycat1968 responded:
    Were you tested for general infections, not necessarily an STI?
     
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    anonymous619 replied to tlkittycat1968's response:
    Yes, my doctor did all of the STI tests and bacterial tests as well, still nothing.


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