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Hello,

I’m 25 years old and in April 2015 I had sex without a condom. I do not know what was in my head…
A day after, my vaginal opening became very swollen,(I could barely see the hole) and a thick white discharge like a liquid cheese was coming out. other symptoms that I had…
Itching and irritation in the vagina and the tissues in the vulva. Feel burning when urinating and pain during sex intercourse. .

About smell…I do not want to remember…very very unpleasant smell.

I went to the gyno and got tested for chlamydia, gonorrhea, trich, bacterial vaginosis, and yeast infection. Everything came back negative and the doctor said my symptoms would go away on it's own.

My symptoms did not go away, so in July 2015 I went to another gyno recommended by a friend of mine who had same issue and I got tested again for all stds, including HIV. Everything came back negative except for yeast infection.

The gyno seeing the new set of tests told me to start treatment with Cervugid Ovules - 3 courses. I did a research about this treatment and it is recommended by a lot of doctors from Europe for various sexually transmitted diseases. After i finished all 3 courses ( each cours – 12 ovules for 12 nights) I went back to the same gyno and she tested me for yeast again and it came Negative so I have been cured from this disease.
Since then I swore to use condom every time…
 

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Hello, tania! Glad you are all right! I also had such a problem once. Do not think it is connected with using a condom. With my boyfriend (husband now) we did not use contraceptives. Everything was all right but once I woke up with the same symptoms. It was the yeast infection. I had cured it, but when I was pregnant it came back! So in order to prevent disease recurrence, you should better restore the correct vaginal flora.
 

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My wife also had such an infection and she has prescribed a treatment and when she finished her treatment everything was OK. Anyway, I would strongly recommend having sex with condoms only. Of course, if it's not your husband. I have a friend and now he is diagnosed with HIV but fortunately, he is in the first stage of this illness. As he told me he often had sex with many different girls and without condoms, he also did anal sex so I think this is how he was infected. He found a site and ordered there a PrEP. So if you’re having sex without condoms with new or multiple partners it’s important to have regular STI screens.
 
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