I have an "inflammed - on fire like" female/outside area, since being on 2 antibiotics for possible re-occurance/beginning of diverticilitus. before that I was having lower female (i think) discomfort in the lower abdomin (i had a horrible bowel rupture involving infection in 2003, and mesh inserted in 06, due to diverticilitus, they said. Have "no" burning when urinating and no bowel movement problems. I am a clean person and bath and water ****** regularily. Just had complete digestic CT scan and everything was okay, didn't get an answer though on my kidney function but had no kidney failure problems (blood tests) so they could do the dye test.
I, too, have a burning sensation down in my lower female area. I do not have a kidney or bladder infection. It does not burn when I urinate. I had mesh put in back in November for double hernias and it seems it started not long after that. My doctor prescribed antibiotic for kidney infection, but it did not good. It is not an infection, just a nagging burning down where one would have intercourse or my uretha tube - nothing inside burns.
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