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Burning Sensation Vagina
Burning sensation vagina I'm almost done with my period I looked and saw no bumps. Just uncomfortable burning sensation :lwhat could this be?
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
NOT NECESSARILY: There are no specific symptoms that signal the early manifestations of HIV disease. Most commonly there may be a mononucleosis-like syndrome. The basic answer is that you need this examined, although it is very doubtful that it is due to HIV disease. You are obviously worried about potential exposure, and should be tested. Hope it all comes out negative. Good luck. ...Read more
Having burning sensation in vagina. Got appnt from doc after 20 days. Cant go in emergency room can't afford it. What to do?
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see the pro's and con's of not going to see a doctor a the website above. ...Read more
Iui on day13 after lmp, day 24 very light brown dishcarge, mild pain in breast n stomach since last 4-5 days, burning sensation in vagina, am I pregnant
Take the test: If you want to know if you are pregnant, take a test. In today's world you do not need to wonder if you are pregnant or not based on symptoms. Pregnancy tests are available at any pharmacy and in minutes you will have your answer. They can detect a pregnancy 7-10 days after conception. The best time to take one is when you miss your period. ...Read more
Intermittent burning sensation in vagina. I have had a urine culture and its not a uti. This has been going on for a couple months now?
Concerning: You list a variety of difficult to diagnose conditions for a young woman (burning, pelvic complaints without infection, chest pain and dizziness) please schedule a longer appointment with your doctor to discuss your stressors and lifestyle choices. Hormone balance problems and depression may need to be considered. Your current medication may need to be changed. Good luck, and stay hopeful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Burning sensation in vagina that started durning menstration. No visible rash or itching. Last new partner was a little over two months ago.?
I'm having itching and burning sensation from vagina, and a dry slightly lumpy discharge. Is it thrush?
While periods I got burning sensation in vagina then discharge colour is dark red like brown colour if there is any infection symptoms???
Maybe: The color is not so worrisome, but the burning is. Might be from infection, but I have seen other causes too. If you are using tampons, it might be from friction or allergy to the odor control chemicals in the tampon. You should be examined while you are having the symptoms. ...Read more
I am getting frequent UTI. Drinks lot of water daily. Having burning sensation at vagina & wants to urinate frequently. How to get rid of & prevent??
I am experiencing pain when urinating, cloudy urine, white discharge in underwear, itch and burning sensation on vagina. What's wrong?
Vaginal infection: You are describing the classical monilial vaginitis (yeast infection), though a vaginal examination by a physician is necessary to prove this. Many patients will try an over the counter yeast medication, such as monostat, or gyne-lotrimin, before seeing their doctor. If you are having notably increased frequency of urination in addition to pain with urination, this may signify a uti. ...Read more
6 weeks. Pregnant I took antibioticsfor chlymydia a week ago now I have strong uncomfortable cramps and a burning sensation around vagina?
See below: Any vaginal discharge? Antibiotics may have upset yeast-lactobacilli balance in vagina resulting in yeast overgrowth. See OB to make sure nothing more severe is occurring. Sometimes yogurt with active cultures eaten whenever on antibiotics can prevent or lessen yeast "infection". ...Read more
My mom is 59 years old. She was diagonosed grade 1 endometrial adenocarcinoma, had tah+bso+omentectomy in jan, 2010.She is having burning sensation in vagina and anus. Urine culture shows no growth.
Hi, does hypothyroidism can produce a burning sensation on vagina there´s no infection on paps or cultures, how hypo can afect vagina vulva and cervix?
Interesting issue: I've been a position for over 20 years and have treated many thyroid patients. I've never heard of thyroid issues causing your symptoms. I would seek the opinion of another gynecologist. There are certain rare conditions such as Lichen Planus that can do this. Of course I am not saying that you have this but maybe another doctor could figure out what is wrong with you. Best of luck! ...Read more
Burning sensation in vagina, pelvic pain. Went to doctor, no UTI or infection. Going to gynecologist for pelvic ultrasound, what could it be?
Pelvic pain: It is good that you're going to be examined by a gynecologist and that you are scheduled for an ultrasound of the pelvis. Conditions like pelvic inflammatory disease, ovarian cysts, pelvic vein disorders, endometriosis and even intestinal disorders will be considered. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
When my boyfriend and I have protected sex I am filled (literally) with an excrutiating burning sensation inside my vagina?
Lubrication: The most likely explanation here is that you are not getting enough vaginal lubrication. This is a common complaint when the vagina is dry. You can try using a lubricant like Astroglide or KY to see if that helps. If you are experiencing burning and itching at other times then schedule a visit for an exam and STD testing ...Read more
Sometimes I'll get a burning sensation in my vagina, although very slight, it's still noticeable. It only happens from sitting down What could this b?
Since 1 week I had itchiness n burning sensation in my vagina. I use all kind of creams n try to keep my body cool, but no use. Please help.
You might have lichen - and hence get treatment for this.
If you have more questions - please ask. ...Read more