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At your age cervical cancer is not likely at all.
And it does not present with discharge per vagina as the sole symptom.
There is a possibility that this is not fungal at all. This could be a bacterial infection or a sterile discharge since it does not smell and is colorless.
I would suggest that you have a swab sent and sensitivity to identify what kind of discharge this is and what pathogen is causing it.
Because we need to identify which pathogen is causing this and once that is done, the appropriate antibiotic can be started.
The culture report comes back within 72 hours with sensitivity done on it as well.
So, that will be the best course of action at this point in time,
Yes, that is correct.
The GP can also choose to prescribe empirical antibiotics if required or wait culture report to come back
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