A years ago, my ex and i began having sex. Within 3 months, i noticed that i saw yellowish discharge mixed with blood. I began having sharp back pains so i went to the doctor. I was diagnosed with Chlamydia,Trichomoniasis,and had a bacterial infection..i told my antibotics and then developed my first yeast infections..i told more antibotics and everything grew better. I broke up with my ex. And began seeing someone new. After 6 months we began having sex but he and i noticed that my clitoris was very larger than normal and when we would we have sex that i was wetter than usual..Then 2 weeks later, yellowish discharge seems to be back and a little irritation around my cervix, not to bad though, and my lower stomach seems a little crampy, but not to bad. Can anyone explain what this might mean?
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