a couple months ago i saw a dr because i felt like i had to urinate but when i went either nothing or very little came out and thought i may have a uti but the test turned up negative. a month or so later i had this problem again. this time with vaginal discharge as well. i saw my dr yet again and was tested for yeast chlamydia gardnerella. i tested positive for gardnerella infection took the prescription it cleared up and then about another month later the same problem took the antibiotics yet again. and a few weeks later. same thing. what else could this be ?
Hi! If you were my patient, I would do a urine culture to be certain that we weren't missing an infection in the bladder, or using the wrong antibiotic. I would repeat the test for bacterial vaginosis (which can be recurrent or persistent). I would also test for yeast/candida which could potentially be causing symptoms that are similar. Hope this helps! Dr B
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