i have my ob check up. because i have this vaginal discharge.. a creamy white discharge.np fishy odor and experience a yeast infection before. i have my KOH test and found out that i am negative in fungal elements. and my gram stain test result was.. smear shows many negative bacili in single and in chains with moderate epithelial cells and few pus cells.. my ob gave me this metronidazole neo-penotran vaginal suppository for 7 days. but after 6 days of taking this vaginal supp. my period came.. so i stop my medication until my menstration stoped.. so i continue my vaginal supp. for the last time. is it ok to stop my medication? and now my vagina gets dry.. ios it normal for my vagina to gets dry after using this vaginal suppository and i still have this sticky paste discharge but it is not that much. is it a normal discharge?thanks.
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