Patient Comments: Trichomoniasis (Vaginal Infection) - Diagnosis

What tests and exams did you have that led to a diagnosis of a trich infection?

Comment from: soli, 19-24 Female (Patient) Published: February 04

I had a Pap done July 2013 by my obstetrician, no symptoms and nothing came up. I got back with my boyfriend and father of my son in August 2013 (we separated before I had found out about the pregnancy in April 2013). In January 2014 I went in for my 6 week postpartum checkup. I didn't know I was having symptoms (discharge, itchiness, etc.) due to the postpartum recovery process, until I got the call from my obstetrician telling me I had trich.

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Comment from: nicky, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: December 13

I was informed by my obstetrician-gynecologist yesterday that I had trichomoniasis after a PAP test I had over a month ago. On the last PAP I had it showed no signs of any problems.

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