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Need Help With Vaginitis
Vaginitis developed on spring break after party last night (really need help asap so my folks wont know)?
Prostatitis & STDs?: The best answer is yes. Prostatitis can be associated with some germs that are sexually transmitted including both gardnerella vaginalis and trichomonas. The other concern is that if one sexually transmitted germ is present, there may be another. It never hurts to be safe and get checked. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Characteristics: Let him/her know about onset, timing, symptoms like itching, burning, other medications you have taken recently (antibiotics), odor, color, amount. All that will help. ...Read more
Probably not.: Goldenseal (Orange Root) is thought to kill germs as a topical agent. It is also taken by mouth as a digestive aid. Bacterial Vaginosis is a class of bacterial that is effectively treated by prescription antibiotics placed in the vagina or in tablet form by mouth. ...Read more
I have had an itchy perineum for over a month now. Pcp thought it was vaginitis, but it came back negative. Nothing is noticeable down there. Help!
I have to pee every 5 minutes i'm in the middle of menopause and nobody can figure out what it is its not vaginitis I have no symptoms of that help?
You most likely: Estrogen deficiency of the vagina and the lower 1/3 of the bladder and urethra are also estrogen dependent, assuming u do not have a bladder or urethra infection, so please see your gyn for an exam and for vaginal estrogen therapy, you may also have urge incontinence or irritable bladder and u may have interstital cystitis so your gyn can refer u to a urogynecologist or a urologist. ...Read more
Unclear: Although there is a good theory that probiotics may help recurrent cases of bacterial vaginosis studies on probiotics in general have shown limited results. ...Read more
Can vaginitis give you urgency to urine? They did find some bacteria in my urine culture. I'm taking medication, but still feel need to urine.
Yes: It is possible that you have a bladder infection and a vaginal infection. And yes, a vaginal infection can cause symptoms of frequency and burning. Also, the antibiotics for the UTI will increase the chance of a vaginal yeast infection. Consider treating with a vaginal yeast cream at the same time. ...Read more
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