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I have two dark tiny bumps on the inside of my labia. I was tested for hsv but the result came back non-isolated. I also have a discharge with an odor. What could this be?
The discharge is yellow and it is not clumpy at all. Just runny. The two bumps are right next to eachother and dark like little hard sores. But only about the size of a pin head. The doctor treated me for a yeast infection a couple of months ago but it didn't go away with medicine. It cleared up eventually but right after my menstrual cycle the discharge and odor were back.
A yellow discharge is more suggestive of a trichomonal or bacterial infection than a yeast infection .
In this case , You will need to take other medications like Metronidazole or antibiotics , these specific medications are prescribed by your doctor . If what you are experiencing are repetitive yeast infections , it could help to take lactobacillus acidophilus capsules ( you can get them over the counter ) or eat unsweetened yogurt to restore your normal bacterial flora to decrease the chances of getting a new infection .
The tiny bumps must be evaluated by your doctor to determine if they are product of a STD or if it is something more simple like cysts or blocked sebaceous glands.
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Okay. last question. My HSV test result says
Specimen Quality: Adequate
HSV Culture: Non Isolated
Just want to make sure that means negative. It's a little confusing.