I have yellow green vaginal discharge. I get itch attacks, but most of the time it burns and hurts during urinating and any toilet use. It smells so bad through 2 underwear and thick pants. It smells as if I **** in my pants or as if something died. The smell is so strong it makes me sick. The discharge is so much that within 1 hour after shower the underwear is full of that discharge. I have had this for the last 4 months. I went to see the doctor within the first 2 weeks when it wasn't that bad and she did tests and said it is GBS (Group B Strep). It is only a smal amount of bacteria and it's fine. One week later I told her how bad the symptoms are and she said she can't prescribe anything as the bacteria found was too little. My discomfort was bad and has gotten worse since. I don't want anything to go near my virgina as it burns so bad, it's almost very painful. My husband is very upset as he has not had any action, but I can't. The doctor will not help. I am allergict to antibiotics, so I can't take them. What can I do? What is it? How can I get ride of this? Why is it not going away? Will it ever heal and go away? HELP
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