Hi. About 2 months ago I had an abortion. Just recently (about a week ago), I have been experiencing a white creamy vaginal, foul smelling discharge, along with an itching sensation. My boyfriend and I have not been sexually active for about 3 months. So I am wondering if this itching is due to the abortion? Or is there a more serious problem here?
I am really worried about my situation so any help would be greatly appreciated!
My friend had a baby about 3 months ago, and she decided after only 2 weeks she was ready to have sex. Well, what she described is exactly what you're describing. They put her on anitbiotics and it was gone. It was some kind of an infection just not to sure what it was called. But you do need to see your Dr. I wouldn't try any creams or anything, that may aggravate it worse if it's truly an infection. Good luck.
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