I developed a vaginal burning (feel like a slight heat between my legs) with no discharge. I am not sexually active and haven't been for over a year (since my last physical). I have been tested for STDs and all negative and also did a pap smear which was normal. Also I do masturbate from time to time.
When to the doctor they gave me diflucan and I treated also with monistat 3. Now a day after all of that I am still burning with a white chalky discharge.
Very weird feeling between my legs more annoying.
ie I have PCOS and I have regular periods (type II diabetes)
It is absolutely possible to develop an infection from masturbation, although with proper washing of your hands, toys, and body, you should be able to avoid it. Always wash yourself before and after masturbation, and never forget to wash your toys. Hope you feel better soon!
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