What if you are taking MetroGel and you are discharging thick white stuff?

It is normal to experience a white, clumpy discharge with no odor when taking MetroGel for bacterial vaginosis. This discharge does not smell fishy or yeasty, and is not accompanied by any itching. The clumps of discharge is the MetroGel and bodily waste (such as bacteria) exiting your body.

It is recommended to wait a full week after completing a metronidazole treatment before getting tested for yeast infection. Most people find that the chunky discharge usually disappears after a couple of days unless they have a yeast infection.

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