I broke up with my b/f of about 2 years 4 months ago, and 3 months ago I had unprotected sex with a stranger who was considerably older and professional (actually medical didn't seem like the type to have an STD). As I wasn't taking any birth control I took morning after pill. I got my period about 4 days later. After my period finished I noticed that I was producing alot of thick very white discharge, some swelling and a slight itch. This has continued since then (nearly 3 months) with the flow of the discharge varying. I thought it was thrush as I have had this happen before (after having too much sex) with it clearing up in a couple of days (no thrush medication). However this has just continued and continued. I am highly embarrassed about it. There is no rash, no sores and my vagina looks to be a healthy pink colour. Over the last week or so the amount of discharge has decreased, but it is still thick. It's not overtly smelly. Since then I got back with my old boyfriend, but I have found that the sex has been less enjoyable as the discharge which is thick inside my vagina creates some friction which can sometimes cause a slight burning pain which usually goes away an hour or so after. He hasn't said anything although I have noticed a slight red rash on the tip of his penis and scrotom. Could this be thrush or something worse? I am scared I may have given him something.
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