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I had a yeast infection almost two weeks ago. I never had one before, so I went to Planned Parenthood and they checked it out and confirmed it was a yeast infection and gave me a 3 day prescription for Terconazole Vag .8% Taro. I finished it up and most of my symptoms cleared up except I still have a little burning discomfort when I urinate (though nowhere near as bad as before I used the medication).

While I was using the cream, my urine was a bit oily, which I assumed was from the medicine, and more of a cloudy white. Now that the treatment is over, my urine is still cloudy and when I thought back I realized it hasn't had a yellow color since pre yeast infection. I've had a UTI once, and it isn't the same type of symptoms. I can still urinate a normal amount, I'm just concerned about it not being the slightest bit yellow. Everything that google turned up when I looked it up didn't list it as a symptom or side affect of a yeast infection.

I'm slammed at work right now and unless I take off, I won't be able to go to a doctor until Saturday at the earliest. If it's something serious like a kidney infection, would it be a really bad idea to wait until then, bringing it up to almost three weeks since it started? I do have slight cramping on my left side, although it is pretty moderate and not sharp. I can't call the doctor at Planned Parenthood that treated me because its only open while I'm at work, and this isn't necessarily a call I can make from my desk.

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I think you're going to have to find a way to make that call. Do you get breaks or lunch?

The bottom line is, they just saw you in person and they're the ones who prescribed you the medication. They're in the best position to know what's going on and you definitely need to know.

I would have girls regard themselves not as adjectives but as nouns. --Elizabeth Cady Stanton

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