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Frequent urge for urination and burning pain. Yeast infection? On amoxicillin

HI, I have been having problems where I ve been needing to pee constantly and experiencing burning pain when I do that is also continued with general pain down there. I noticed my abdominals have been feeling really tender, especially to touch as if I had been doing an intense ab work out. The problem is I haven t. I haven t had sex in over a year and I know that is not an issue. I was on meds for a possible yeast infection and that helped but problems got worse and I was on meds for a possible urinary infection for 3 days which did nothing. I want to try and figure out what s wrong with me since people can t really seem to figure it out. This all started a few days after I was on precautionary amoxicillin for wisdom teeth removal. However medications can t alieviate the pain and it s most painful in what feels like the skin between my vagina and anal cavity.
Asked On : Fri, 25 Jan 2013
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General Surgeon 's  Response
The difficulties you described are most typical to an urinary tract infection.Its a very common disease female do suffer and is curable.
I would like to know more about your symptoms in particular the duration for which you are suffering from Pain in the abdomen and peeing area.
How long have you been on the yeast medication and what was the drug?
Any tests you have undergone after your consultation for the yeast problem or the urination problem?
Any other associated problems like fever,chills, how often you feel like peeing, change in discharge form vagina.
Regarding the intercourse part whats the probable reason for not having it?
At last please mention your age.
Hope the question suites you and awaiting to see a response from your side.

Thanking you
Dr Samir
Answered: Wed, 30 Oct 2013
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