I think I've given myself a vaginal infection by wiping my bum 'the wrong way' what do I do?

How do I get rid of it? I usually wipe back to front and have just come to find this is the incorrect way, and for the past few months my vagina has had abnormal discharge and a nasty smell – how do i get rid of it?!
is there anything i can do WITHOUT going to the doctors?!

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3 Responses to I think I've given myself a vaginal infection by wiping my bum 'the wrong way' what do I do?

  1. Bastiaan85 says:

    Go to the doctor, he will prescribe you some antibiotics and it will be gone in no time. Next time be more hygienic.

  2. Lissa says:

    What colour is the discharge? Brown, yellow, green, anything weird like that, it's definitely a sign of infection.
    Seeing a doctor is the best thing to do, don't try any of those home creams or pills.

  3. rene1695 says:

    If that is what it is, it is called BV. You will have to go get antibiotics. There is only a couple that will treat it.

    http://www.4woman.gov/faq/bacterial-vaginosis.cfm

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