I am having much discomfort in the vagina. After urinating it takes quite a bit of time for the discomfort to fade away. Not pain, almost like a raw feeling inside. Alot of pressure and doesn't go away no matter how I sit or stand. I had a UTI test and it was negative but I recently went on antibiotics for a bv. Been having this problem for quite some time now and it keeps getting worse. Also don't know if it is related but many occasions when I would just go to urinate I would have a bowel movement as well, had no idea I needed to. Any ideas or suggestions? I do have a doc appt with a gyn in a couple of weeks but for now I am miserable.
From you description it is difficult to say what is going on. If your concerns are that you bladder and/or vagina has fallen, prolapse, a simple gynecological exam by your OBGYN can determine this. In addition, your doctor may want to do an ultrasound to evaluate your uterus and ovaries. J. Kyle Mathews, MD
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