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I am experiencing itching between thighs, vaginal itching, vaginal discharge, genital numbness, vaginal odor, pelvic pain, lower back pain?

See doctor . This may be either thrush or potentially a pelvic infection which is more serious among other things. Need to see a doctor to organise tests and/or examination . Read more...
PID. If you are seriously experiencing all the symptoms you have described above then your are very unwell. It seems like you may have Pelvic Inflammatory Disease which can make you quite sick if not treated on time. Please visit your nearest Accident and Medical Clinic so the doctors can do a vaginal exam and take swabs followed by possible treatment with antibiotics. Please don't delay this any more. Read more...
See doctor . Sounds like pelvic infection, it's important to treat this at the earliest. Please see you ur doctor or for to emergency doctor immediately. . Read more...
See a DR. GYN best. Maybe bacterial vaginosis + yeast, maybe more. Read more...

I have Frequent urination, pain while ejaculation, some time testicular pain and lower back pain and flank pain form last 2 years.

Possible prostatitis. This combination of symptoms sounds like prostatitis, although the symptoms could have several other causes. There could also be underlying problems helping to cause the prostatitis, such as an obstruction in the urethra. Prostatitis is sometimes treated with antibiotics. Because of the possibility of other causes it would be advisable to consult a urologist about the diagnosis and treatment. Read more...

Right pelvic pain and cramping, low back pain had the exact thing last month same time with copius dischrage, pelvic ultrasound norm, so were cultures, can this be endometrosis, my mom has it?

Most Likely. Yes, endometriosis is the most likely diagnosis in your case. See your doctor for pain or discomfort relief. Read more...
Yes...but need eval. Endometriosis is a possible cause of your pelvic pain. Diagnosis of this condition is done through hysteroscopy. Mittleshmirz is also possible given the timing. This is the pain of ovulation. I would recommend seeing a gynecologist. Read more...
Yes. There is a genetic component to endometriosis. And these are typical symptoms. No guarantee that is the problem. A full eval is warranted, often by a fertility specialist (endometriosis expert). To know the exact diagnosis would require some more testing and evaluation. Read more...

White vaginal discharge but there is no odour some times flank pain pelvic pain frequency of micturition.

Different problems. Mucous discharge can be white, grey, green, clear, or yellow and be normal depending in foods eaten and hydration level. Your other symptoms need to checked for urinary tract infection. Read more...