In late May I noticed some bladder discomfort after sex, slight vaginal burning and a full belly. It subsided until intercourse a few days later with the same symptoms. The next morning, the symptoms were persistent, so I figured I had a UTI. I started having flank pain and took a antibiotic I had at home. I took it for 7 days and then it got worse. I started having frequent urination and burning. I went to my doctor did a urine test and found I had no bacteria. I also have had vaginal yeast infections I have been on 4 rounds if antibiotics one of which was a long term. I have now started the candida cleanse the first 4 days the burning had completely stopped and now on day 12 things are much worse than they were before I began the diet! My gyn also put me in 10 days 150mg of difulcian. Has this ever happened to anyone else?! All STDS and diabetes have been ruled out! I just want to be normal again, I'm so depressed.
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