Has been occuring for the last few weeks. Dr already tested me for BV and yeast - both were negative but I was still put on a round of diflucan and boric acid - neither of which did anything. I sometimes have to wear a lite tampon and always wear pantiliners (sometimes multiple) b/c it is so heavy. My period ended 2 days ago and today it is heavier than ever. What can it be? Is there anything to limit it?
are you alergic to tampons or sanis is it itchy discharge ?or smelly then it could be a urine infection or thrush most people get slight thrush after their periods try changing your brand of sanis /tampons or have you changed your soap powder lately that could affect you hope ive helped
It might be time for you to find another doctor if you are not getting answers that are helping you. There are many testing kits sold right by pharmacy counters that can test for different infections. Could it be a reaction to a birth control you are using?
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