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Kind of stinging in the vagina area and then a sudden urge to wee?

Kind of stinging in the vagina area and then a sudden urge to wee?

Burning urination: Urinary tract infection or cystitis (irritation of the urine tube) are the two most likely causes. Avoid bubble baths and direct contact with soap to the urethral opening. If it continues, getting a urine culture at your doctors is the best idea. ...Read more

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I have an external stinging on my vagina ( only sometimes), no cuts or sores, negative for UTI and stis what could this be?

I have an external stinging on my vagina ( only sometimes), no cuts or sores, negative for UTI and stis what could this be?

Vulvitis: The external portion of the vagina (the lips) is called the vulva. You may have a dermatitis, an allergy, an infection, a vulvar dystrophy (change in skin) or a nerve issue. See your gynecologist. ...Read more

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Could the thick white odorless discharge and itching and stinging in my vagina be thrush?

Could the thick white odorless discharge and itching and stinging in my vagina be thrush?

It may be.: Symptoms of a yeast infection may include: burning, redness & itching of the vulva; burning with urination & vaginal intercourse & a clumpy, white, vaginal discharge with no odor. Sometimes the discharge isn’t apparent. Please get checked by your family physician or your gynecologist. ...Read more

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Hello , I have a problem . It's been bothering me for a while . After sex, i usually get this sting in my vagina . Like if i feel like peeing .

Hello , I have a problem . It's been bothering me for a while . After sex, i  usually get this sting in my vagina . Like if i feel like peeing .

Urethal pain: After intercourse, you may have some bruising of the urethra or even some bacteria can be forced up the urethra into the bladder during sex. Both of these situations can result in some discomfort. Typically, emptying your bladder after intercourse can help preventing bladder infections and helps to alleviate symptoms. ...Read more

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Is canestan cream okay to use without a yeast infection? Stinging of external vagina and was prescribed by doctor to use for ten days?

Clotrimazole: The active ingredient in canestan is clotrimazole, an antifungal agent. There is no other practical use for this other than fungal infections like candidiasis (yeast infection). It is not meant for insertion into the vagina, and generally limited to external use, but it can be irritating to tissues and produce stinging discomfort. ...Read more

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I had E Coli which caused a UTI. I no longer have E Coli, but have stinging/pain in my vagina. I did a culture and the E Coli is gone. Whats going on?

I had E Coli which caused a UTI. I no longer have E Coli, but have stinging/pain in my vagina. I did a culture and the E Coli is gone. Whats going on?

Vaginitis: If you took an antibiotic you might now have a vaginal yeast infection, but it could be another bacterial infection as well. If something like monistat or lotrimin helps its likely yeast. If no improvement get seen by your doc. ...Read more

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When I have sex with my boyfriend I get a stinging sensation in my vagina. Almost feels like the beginning of a UTI but one never actually comes. Help?

When I have sex with my boyfriend I get a stinging sensation in my vagina. Almost feels like the beginning of a UTI but one never actually comes. Help?

Here are some ...: This Q was answered once at least. To sort out what can be done, it's logical to review the info on the onset, degree, duration, interval, evolution, & progress of all the symptoms over time so to deduce possible causes and proposing reasonable Rx. Clinically, one need to consider if any physical & chemical applications of sex may play a significant inducing role for your Sx after sex besides UTI. ...Read more

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