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I HAVE DONE MY PEPS SMEAR...N THE DR DIAGNOSE ME WITH CANDIDA ALBICAN YEAST INFECTION ... AND I HV FINISH MY TREATMENT BUT NW MY DISCHARGE IS BROWN WITH FOUL SMELL///MAY I KNOW WHAT INFECTION WITH THAT SYMPTHOM ?
this could be a bacterial infection. and not yeast infection. ive had plenty of yeast infections and they are quite uncomfy. just speak with your dr and let them know they will give you a different perscription to treat, or. are you on your period? it could also be dried up old blood. no worries just speak with your dr again. best of luck
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