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02 Nov 2006
Good morning, I had a white, ichy & burning discharge 2 weeks ago. I bought over the counter medication(left name at home) but read on instructions not to use without doctor discription and stop use if abdominal pain accurs which I did experience after 2 days and stop. It seems to solve the problem but now I have the same problem, maybe more yelllowish discharge. I made an appointment for the 20th Nov for my yearly check up as my gynae is fully booked this week and next week I will have my periods. I read that I need to eat yoghurt which I do. Is it dangerous not seeing a doctor asap? Any reason to be worried. Please assist.
It is fine to wait till the 20th to see your doctor.
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