this is embarassing but i thought i had a yeast infection so i bought some over the counter suppositories that also came with pills. so i took the suppositories for 3 days like instructed and am still taking the pills (one a day). i dont have any more itch or anythinh but now i when i wipe after going to the bathroom ive noticed a light orange-ish discharge. is this normal?! should i stop taking the pills? i didnt know if this is just some off the stuff cleaning out or what. also i started drinking a lot of cranberry juice and taking cranberry pills, could that be the reason? please help.
What over the counter yeast infection treatment did you buy? I had a friend that had a UTI and the medicine she took caused her to have orange discharge as well. It is normal and as long as the the symptoms have gone away, you have nothing to worry about.
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