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Causes Of Tingling In Vagina
What can be the cause of the tingling in my vagina? I also have stomach pains and sore lower back?
Vaginal tingling/LBP: May be herpes, or can be disc herniation ever do gymnastics? or pudendal neuropathy due to prolonged defecation ,entrapment DM, MS, or may have ovarian cyst compressing nerve. or infection. Check for UTI, thyroid, vaginitis, ovarian cyst, herpes, lumbar disc f/u w/ doc this week http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/pudendal-neuralgia-overview http://www.webmd.com/a-to-z-guides/pudendal- ...Read more
This is probably: Normal, but see your doctor to rule out an infection. ...Read more
Hi. Im a 23yr old and im having a tingling in my anus and vagina.. i've had sex just 3days ago, could that be the cause?
Can a probiotic cause smelly vagina and tingling ? I have already been tested for clamydia and flora cultures and all came back fine
Antibiotics lately?: One cause, as you suggest, may be an alteration in the flora that colonize your vagina (this is typically seen with recent antibiotic use). Probiotics, on the other hand, alter the flora of the gut. As such, probiotics would not be expected to impact significantly the vaginal flora unless there is cross contamination or a fistulous connection between the two otherwise unconnected spaces. ...Read more
No it doesn't: Labor is when uterine contractions initiate in a synchronized fashion for the purpose of expelling a mature fetus from within. I'd heard women describe the pains of such an event in many ways....but tingling isn't one of them.....If you or someone you know may be close to term and there are questions as to what's going on you or they should consult the OB/GYN doctor in charge. Good luck. ...Read more
Postmenopausal Bleed: Any bleeding from the vagina that occurs after menopause should be evaluated by a gynecologist. Just because you see blood in your vagina doesn't mean that it couldn't have come from the cervix or the uterus, both of which should be evaluated for infection, polyps, or even the development of cancer. The tingling should be discussed with your GYN as well. A pelvic exam is important. ...Read more
Depends: you need a good examination to see what is causing irritation ...Read more