I am going to the doctors today or tomorrow but I'm just trying to get a better idea of what is going on with my body before hand because I'm seriously worried. I'm a 22 yr old female. I have a boyfriend who I have been sleeping with the past few months. His ex girlfriend recently told him she had herpes but we aren't sure if she was serious or trying to upset him. I have had what I thought was a yeast infection for two weeks now. I have been using vagisil the entire time but it burns when I put it on. My symptoms are burning, swolleness, redness, itching, and burning/irritation when I pee. Also I just noticed a white, creamy substance in my pee hole. I have also had flu like symptoms but no fever. There are no sores or bumps but a little bit of a smell. I think that is all. Sorry so long.View Thread
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