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constant pain in the vagina
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constant pain in the vagina
Hello and thank you in advance. Experiencing horrible aching pain in the Vagina around the urethra to be more exact after undergoing a bladder biopsy could be caused by nerve/tissue damage? Or what can be causing the horrible pain? The bladder biopsy was performed 2 months ago and revealed everything is normal, but what can be causing the horrible pain down there on a daily basis? Thank you for your time!
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It would be unusually for a biopsy to cause persistent pain.  However, why was the biopsy done?  J. Kyle Mathews, MD
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