White Vaginal Discharge Accompanied by constant urge to pee
I have been treated for chlamydia twice and just got tested a week ago again.It came back negative, Lately I have been having a very strong urge to pee frequently and I have barely been able to hold it. Even after I urinate I still feel like I have to go which sometimes causes me to have accidents. I have noticed a white discharge which does not smell or irritate me at all it is just very thick and creamy. I have no itching or burning while urinating at all. €I have engaged in protected vaginal sex and unprotected oral sex but have no throat or mouth issues. These symptoms remind me of my first bout of chlamydia except when I urinated there was a strong sharp pain. Any idea what this could be?
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