I had extremely heavy discharge four weeks ago. It went from white to yellowish (to sometimes a little green with some blood). before I started putting a tampon in (because it was so much) I just let it be and I ended up working out in tight pants. Afterwards I had a rash between my legs. nothing crazy very mild. it would act up then subside a little then act up a little. then i shaved and got the same rash on my pubic area. then it got better when I got my period. now i am off my period and have discharge again (yellow but not as much as before) and mild rash (very mild). I also have a swollen pelvis sort of. WHAT IS GOING ON???? ps I would have already been to a doctor if i was not currently in a foreign country. I need some advice until i return home.
Does it smell like fish? If so, you have trichomonas, and the only cure is a pill (one pill cure) you get from your doctor. I had this for many years. It came and went, but finally I had a terribly bad episode and got the pill. I have had no trouble since.
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