for women only!!?

ok let me start off about 2 months ago i was diagnosed with a yeast infection my first one. Then after that i have been feeling mildly irritated, itching and discharge clear even more after intercourse. i already set a doctor's appt w/ my doc but this happens more frequently after intercourse.. im only sexually active with my husband! do you think it could be an on going yeast infection or what? and also i have been in a lot of stress please give me some ideas i am really concerned!!

Update:

ohh and i am sorry i was tested for std's last doctor's visit and everything came back negative...i don't think it has to do with an std though maybe more like an infection! any over the counter rx you can recommend ?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Hi!

    Don't Panic! A mild infection is nothing to get stressed about. It can be cured with a normal thrush cure such as Canestan. Your Doctor, depending on your medical history, may want to take a urine test or a swab to make sure it's nothing serious. But You should be ok. The reason why it probably acts up more after intercourse is because you aggravate the areas where it is happening most. While you are waiting for the doctor's appointment, avoid having sex for a while and see if the infection dies down. If it does, try to keep your liquid intake up as this can also aggravate it.

    Take care!

    Luv

    Metia

    XO

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  • 1 decade ago

    I have that from time to time. You would know the difference if it was another infection or not. Sometimes I get irritated after intercourse, but it doesn't mean it's an infection. If you are going for a long time and after awhile you may become dried out. That's when I get irritated.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    If you trust 100% that your hubby is faithful, you can rule out an STD, which your symptoms DO suggest. Maybe you have a hormonal imbalance that is upset by his semen or all the friction during sex. I would say get an all inclusive test at the docs office and maybe even a 2nd opinion- you can't be too safe with your health... good luck!

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  • 1 decade ago

    You could be passing it back and forth from each other. Yes, men can get yeast infections, they just don't irritate as much as ours. Treat him as well. Don't have sex until it's completely gone. Try eating yougurt too. It helps.

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  • 3 years ago

    i think of diverse the hot issues women folk face is that now they are merely as equivalent, lots of the time, earning the relatives money. yet nonetheless are anticipated to get dinner and guard the youngsters, sparkling the domicile. adult males additionally are i spotted are much less possibly to artwork and anticipate the spouse to guard them. adult males are afraid to open the door for us, i assume the two from worry that we are going to yell at them that we can do it ourselves, they don't supply advantageous compliments simply by worry that we are going to cost them with sexual harassment. we are fortunate to locate a guy that cares adequate to wish to be at domicile, and is slightly outdated shaped approximately taking care human beings yet nonetheless helps us to be an equivalent. I additionally think of that ladies folk are forced to look a undeniable way, simply by fact of fake promotion that Hollywood has shown us with the suitable women folk. whilst actually it fairly is an phantasm that devoid of 50 human beings engaged on her for 5 hours won't in any respect gain.

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Have you been tested for any other STDs? Sometimes that can be the cause. I would get tested just to be on the safe side.

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  • 1 decade ago

    the only thing you can do is avoid intercourse until you are better.i heard it can spread more.plus wait and see your doctor he will give you a pill that you need to take right away and that will be enough for you to get rid of it.

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  • 1 decade ago

    Your husband has to be treated too..he is reinfecting you every time you have intercourse.

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  • 1 decade ago

    You're being reinfected because your husband needs to be treated also.

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