Hello, so i am 99.9% sure that i have a yeast infection. It started about 3 days ago with some itchiness which is how i always know i am getting one. Now after 3 days I just started my first day of a 3 day Monistat treatment. I have noticed though starting this morning that this is a different yeast infection than ive had before. It started to burn a little this morning and now (2am) its is burning and i keep getting a very warm sensation. I still have the itchiness as this hasnt let up at all but i also feel like i just had a baby sort of say. I feel like i am swollen and extremely achey (achy) feeling throughout my vagin and tye entire outside (not just inside my vagina). I have never had this before. Ive gotten probably a total of 5 or 6 yeast infection and the only thing ive had with them was the itchiness (how i always know). Ive never been in this much pain from one. Its to the point where when i get up i feel like i have just given birth with how sore i am and i cant even close my legs without wanting to break out in tears. So had anybody had this or is this normal for a yeast infection and its just worse this time? And just a little more to add (sorry) i have no stds and no history of any stds and neither does my fiance. I also have problems with my ovaries (large cysts, not ovulating, extremely painful periods) idk if that would have anything what so ever to do with it but thought i should put that in there. I was also only on bc pill for 6 months (sept '11-mar '12) as i got off b/c fiance and i have been trying for a baby since march. Ok so sorry for the rant but anybody have any answers/advice?
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