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vaginal and anal sex can cause bacteria to spread into your vaginal canal.
which can increase risks for infection.
a small vaginal discharge and odor can be due to bacterial vaginosis which can cause bleeding again
you should see a doctor and get a gyn examination to check for vaginal infections.
you can see a nurse or doctor at a local hospital or ER or urgent care center or a planned parenthood clinic
there are special antibiotic treatments which can treat and cure bacterial vaginosis infections so you don't have to worry if you have it.
they will also check your urine for infection as well
this doesn't sound like menopause yet.
let me know if you have questions.
you can see a doctor or nurse at a planned parenthood without any insurance
there are free health clinics all over the USA for patients with no insurance.
no, bactrim is not used for bacterial vaginosis.
usually flagyl or metronidazole is used.
bacterim is used for some types of bacterial urinary tract infections.
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