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    ashleysamz posted:
    Hi. Am new to webmd so am not sure if this is whr I post for advice. I am 23 and for the past 16 months I have had a sticky yellowish discharge from my vagina , sex has been very painful to the point that I have stopped sleeping with my fiance for the last 8 months. I have seen 6 dfrnt doctors already. Noone seems to know what is wrong. Iv been given medication for yeast, bacterial infection, IBS etc. I have had blood tests, urine tests, pelvic ultrasounds etc. They all came back negative for UTI, gonorrhea, Chlamydia, evrtyhinv. Intact the antibiotics tht iv been given have all been on a trial and error basis. Am tired and this is affecting my sex life. Am getting married next year and am scared my fiancé might change his mind.
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