what is the cause of burning, itching, after you already had a std checkup

If you have already been to a

If you have already been to a doctor to rule out an STD, then the next most likely problem is a yeast infection. A yeast infection occurs when normal yeast in the female reproductive tract begins to grow at an abnormally fast rate. This can cause burning, itching, and a clumpy white discharge. However, you can have a yeast infection with no discharge at all.

Medicines for yeast infection can be purchased over-the-counter at most drug stores and pharmacies. Typically people feel better in just a few days.

Learn more about yeast infections at: http://www.stdsincolor.com/yeast.php

Best of luck,
Dr. Williams

Monnica Williams, Ph.D.
Sex Education Advisor. www.MonnicaWilliams.com.

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It's also important to

It's also important to remember that if you got tested and then had unprotected sex then you may have contracted an STD and are now experiencing the symptoms.


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