I have been having intercourse since week one post op hysterectomy. I saw my dr a week ago and he said all looked good. I had sex this past weekend and now i have a cloudy urine with a yellowish white milky thick discharge that is cottage cheese like. It has been with the same partner the entire time. No pain or odor. Slight itching (very minimal) Should i treat it like a yeast infection or suck it up and take my lecture from my doctor for an antibiotic?
It sounds like a yeast infection and possibly a UTI with the cloudy urine. It's probably best to see your Dr to find out if this is what's going on. You had surgery so it's best not to take a chance and sefl treat. Did your Dr tell you not to have sex for at least 6 weeks after your surgery? You need that time to heal.
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