So I just recently got checked for STD/STI's as well as had my yearly pap. I also told the doctor that I thought I might have a yeast infection. Well I was right, she said I had a mild yeast infection so she prescribed to me a single pill that you take orally to get rid of it.
I read the description and what not of the prescription and it said it would take about 7 days to work... well it's been over a week and I don't really think it did anything. I still have alot of discharge that is a white-yellow colour. So I'm wondering... Should I call the doctors office and tell them this? Make another appointment? Not really sure what I should do.
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I'd definitely recomend making another appointment, if the treatment didn't work out, it would be good to go in and see if you can find out why and see if you can find something that will work for you.
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