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02 Apr 2003

white vaginal discharge
For the past six months or so, i've been excreting a white vaginal discharge that does not smell. I also realised that it comes out more heavily after I smoke. I've been to the gynae, who assured me that it was only thrush. He prescribed antibiotics (one take) and Betadine Douch, for me to use atleast for three month. It's been almost three months and there is no change. Is this by any chance caused by my smoking? I've been smoking for almost three years and this is the first time i experience this.
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GynaeDoc
gynaedoc

01 Jan 0001

I cannot see that smoking would cause this. If there has been no response to treatment you should go back to your doctor. A vaginal swab would be useful to see exactly what kind of infection you have.

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