Ok. Two weeks ago. I was in antibiotic for a throat infection. And within three days of taking the medicine. I realized the I started having thick cottage cheese looking discharge. Fallow my some itching and horrible odor. I stay like the for two weeks. I wasn't sure if it was a yeast infection. Than I went to a gyn. She said I did have a yeast infection. And prescribed me medicine in pill form. I went to the local cvs. It turned out for the second refill. The they have giving me the wrong g dose. The day I got the first 150mg. Pill I took it. I also had started my birth-control pills. On the next day I got my period. Than I realize I was bleeding. A light orange discharge. And the same odor of a yeast infection. And today the bleeding was a very light red. I want to know if that's normal. And if should get a stronger dose foe the antifungal. Im scared and I would Luke to know of how can I get rid of the yeast infection.
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