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PLZ HELP BURNING DISCHARGE?

When my vagina is discharging, i feel like the discharge is acidc, i feel my skin burning ,It does not burn my vagina only the when it comes in contact with my skin.It also Does not burn when i urinate. The discharge stings and burns my skin (vulva) i go to the bathroom when i feel it and i wipe it off, and the burning goes away ! I went to my GYN and she said it was Bacterial Vaginosis and gave me flagyl to take for a week.WELL its been almost 2 weeks now and all she recomends is vaseline on my vulva like REALLY? The discharge doesnt really look abnormal and it doesnt smell weird.This also happens when im on my period , i feel blood all over and some burning so i go to the bathroom and wipe it off and it goes away! and i also got checked for STDS all negative Can someone please tell me what this could be ???????????????
Ive also been dealing with chronic itching on my vulva but im not sure if it all relates ive been taking anti depressants for it and seems to be helping
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Possible that it is a yeast infection. Get the one with the pill and the cream. That way the pill treats from the inside and the cream will relieve you of the chronic itching. Make sure you regularly drink plenty of water, I find that some prescriptions will cause yeast infections. If it keeps occurring,  maybe talk to your doc about switching meds that won't cause this.
Avatar universal
Possible that it is a yeast infection. Get the one with the pill and the cream. That way the pill treats from the inside and the cream will relieve you of the chronic itching. Make sure you regularly drink plenty of water, I find that some prescriptions will cause yeast infections. If it keeps occurring,  maybe talk to your doc about switching meds that won't cause this.
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Sorry should also mention the pill and cream are over the counter. I've used "canesten" . The pill I prefer is the one you actually put up your vagina but there is an oral one as well.  
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