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Swollen urethra and vagina after sex. Burning sensation while I use the restroom, no odor nor discharge. Std? Uti? Reaction to condom?

Swollen urethra and vagina after sex. Burning sensation while I use the restroom, no odor nor discharge. Std? Uti? Reaction to condom?

See answer: Such symptoms could be caused by any of the above: UTI (usually burning with urination, urgency, frequency); std (gc, chlamydia most common), vaginitis (though usually associated with a discharge), or allergy to a contraceptive, spermicide, or lubricant. If symptoms occur right after sex within hours, allergy or trauma related to vigorous/prolonged sex most likely. If symptoms persist, see your md. ...Read more

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Dr. Ejiro Isiorho
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Burning Sensation (Definition)

A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more


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Why i still getting 'spotting' (particularly after straining or exercise) and burning sensation to vulva and anus 3 months post endometrial ablation?

Why i still getting 'spotting' (particularly after straining or exercise) and burning sensation to vulva and anus 3 months post endometrial ablation?

Scant bleeding: The most likely cause of the spotting is a small amount of bleeding from the uterus. The other symptoms are probably unrelated. I recommend returning to the surgeon who did the ablation. ...Read more

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I have burning sensation allover urethra,vulva,clitoris. thick white material stick my urethral opening and hymenal curancle which is not washable.

I have burning sensation allover urethra,vulva,clitoris. thick white material stick my urethral opening and hymenal curancle which is not washable.

See answer: The most common cause of a thick, whitish vaginal discharge associated with irritative vulvovaginal symptoms would be a yeast infection (most commonly Candidiasis). Treatment requires use of an appropriate oral or intravaginal (cream, suppository) antifungal medication. ...Read more

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What could make me feel burning and sharp pains while having sex, then after have burning sensation and swollen Vulva? No infections.

What could make me feel burning and sharp pains while having sex, then after have burning sensation and swollen Vulva? No infections.

Infection?: Are you sure you don't have an infection? Based on your description, you could have yeast infection or bacterial vaginitis, both of which are not sexually transmitted infections. Although, with unprotected sex, there is still a possibility of an STI. The only way to know for sure is to be examined/tested by a physician. Make an appointment with your doctor ASAP. Best wishes. ...Read more

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I've had a severe itching, almost burning sensation, around my vulva. At first I thought it was a yeast infection because it felt similar to one I'd gotten a few years ago. But even after using Vagisil and Monostat, it hasn't gotten better in fact it seem

I've had a severe itching, almost burning sensation, around my vulva. At first I thought it was a yeast infection because it felt similar to one I'd gotten a few years ago. But even after using Vagisil and Monostat, it hasn't gotten better in fact it seem

See a doctor: Yeast infection remains possible; about 10-15% are resistant to the usual treatments. Or perhaps something else, including a possibility of an STD like gonorrhea, chlamydia, trichomonas, etc (if you are at risk). Failure to respond to self-treatment for yeast always should be followed right away by professional evaluation. See a doctor. Good luck! ...Read more

Vulva (Definition)

The external female genitalia including the mons pubis, labia majora and minor, clitoris, vestibule, ...Read more