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blondie17
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ok....I had taken a break from bein sexually active until the past couple weeks and ive been very... active i guess you could say, Well last week i started to get itchy around my vagina and i assumed it was a yeast infection so i got a cream and they helped subside the itching... Weird thing is i think i got a UTI cuz it started to burn when i peed and i felt like i had to go alot. I got antibiotics for a UTI but now my itchy is coming back.... and i have both.... could this be just a mix of the two or a serious std i need to take care of??

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blondie17
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I was just looking over youtr sti files.... could possibly have gnorrereha? or however u spell it.... im so scared right now.... wut do i do?? my mom will freak if thats wut it is!!! and she wont take me 2 the doctors again!!! wut do i do?!?!

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Heather
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Been having unprotected sexual activities?

Then you have a high risk of any number of STIs, and sugar, that's a choice you made, and the only person who could have done anything about that was you.

Whether you have an undiagnosed UTI, yeast infection or a more serious STI, you need to go to your doctor/GYN or to a health clinic. That's nonnegotiable, because neither we nor you can self-diagnose or treat any kind of genital infection.

So, to be blunt, you got yourself to wherever you were taking these risks, so you can get yourself to a health clinic just as easily, and that's what you need to do. being able to do that, love, is part of being ready to be sexually active.


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