About a week ago I woke up in the morning to go to the bathroom. After I went, I suddenly felt like I had to go again, and also had slight itching down in that area. (I've had many UTI's before and this did not feel like a UTI, just annoying) I carried on with my day and still felt some itching here and there, but it wasn't horrible or anything. I also felt hints of having to go to the restroom right after I would go. The next day (Thanksgiving) I decided to take some AZO (even though I didn't think I had a UTI). It seemed to help, however I consumed alcohol that day, which also caues frequent urination, so I really didn't think much of it.
Friday, Saturday, Sunday roll around and I still feel that constant need to urinate. So finally today I went to an Urgent care clinic. They took a urine test and said I did not have a UTI (that my urine looked really clear in fact). They also did a pelvic exam and took a swab to send out to the lab for an STI, Yeast, BV, etc.
I'm not pregnant (I had my period 2 weeks ago, my partner and I were virgins when we began 4 years ago, and we haven't had intercourse in almost 2 months now). I also had signs of a yeast infection about a month ago (the doctor gave me diflucan and it cleared the symptoms), however when they called with the results it came back negative?
I do not have pain while urinating, all I feel is bloated, Bladder tenderness (when i press on it with my hand), feeling like I have to pee during intercourse (or when something is up there) and the need to always have to urinate.
Does anyone know what could be wrong with me? I just want a cure for this! :(
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