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Yeast symptoms - itching, irritation, little discharge, but test negative.

I went to a doctor on Monday. Based off the symptoms I was having they told me that I had a yeast infection-(I had one about three months ago). They prescribed me fluconazole. I took it and felt better, but went back into my gynecologist for a follow up on Thursday(my symptoms were almost completely gone at this point.) They took a swab and said it the results said no it wasn’t a yeast infection, but she said yes she was sure I had had one. I took she told me to take the second dose of fluconazole, which I did that day. Then my itching came back. I still had mild irritation and itching on day two of the fluconazole second dose so I went and bought Monostat3. My concern is why isn’t it completely going away? I have very little to no unusual discharge, no redness unless I mess with it, no swelling, no smell, no bumps or sores. Just strictly have an annoying mild itch on my vulva and inside my buttcheek.
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She also ran an STD test for gonnorea and chlymidia that came back negative.
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How is it by now? It seems like you didn't give the fluconazole very long to do its job. I think it is said to take up to a couple of weeks to have full effect.
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