Last year I was treated with Cipro for a yeast infection, which went away. Ever since, between my periods I get this Jelly-like discharge from my vagina. It is constant too, not just for a matter of days. I am not sexually active at the moment (long-distance relationship- haven't seen him in 3 months), so I am not pregnant. I have been to the doctors and have had every test under the sun done- pregnancy, STDs, smears etc, but the doctors said I didn't have anything.
Obviously there is something, because I never used to get this before I took the medication for the yeast infection.And it makes my underwear a mess! My boyfriend did mention I tasted different (TMI sorry), but the discharge does not smell, just tastes more sour (apparently). I do not itch either. I have heard this might be a pH imbalance? but I don't know what I can do to change the pH down there? =/
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