My vagina had a fishy odor so I was prescribed antibiotics for BV w/o a urinalysis. A couple days after I finished those antibiotics it started to get some dull cramping, it burned when I urinated and it felt like I had to go badly and frequently but couldn't. I took some AZO and had a urinalysis sent out. They prescribed me Nitrofur-Macr for the UTI and the urinalysis was never sent out so I don't have results. After finishing those antibiotics I still feel as if I need to go frequently but can't and have some dull cramping. I had another urinalysis done today, this time results came back negative for BV, UTI or any other Urinary Infections. I'm waiting on a culture for Chlamydia and Gonorrhea per my request. Are my symptoms likely to be Chlamydia or Gonorrhea, or what else could be causing them?
This does not typically sound like chlamydia or gonorrhea though the possibility would need to be ruled out. Other possibilities that may need to be considered include bladder inflammations, ulcers, erosions, calculi etc. I would suggest an evaluation by a urologist for appropriate management.
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