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Pregnant, have OAB, HPV bumps on buttocks, detected with inflamed uterus, get burning urination. Possible causes?

I am 28 yrs old, 5 ft 4 inchs, 171 lbs and is 5 months pregnant. I have OAB but not numerous UTIs, i currently ave HPV bumps on my buttocks and i ve only had yeast and bacterial vaginosis . I went to the Dr. and was told that i ave an inflammed uterus . This is very painful because it burns whenever i urinale and feels as if i still want to pee even after iv e just peed i also urinate alot, the buring sensation is always there. What could be the possible reasons why i m experiencing this discomfort and what can be done about it?
Asked On : Thu, 13 Sep 2012
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Your symptoms are suggestive of two things- firstly, a urinary tract infection that needs to be diagnosed and treated;and secondly, the pressure of the growing uterus on the urinary tract could have worsened the already existing problem of Overactive bladder with the bacterial vaginosis and the human papilloma virus infection adding to it. I suggest that you immediately consult a nephrologist in consultation with your obstetrician and get a thorough investigation and treated soon to avoid uterine infection and subsequent irritability. Get well soon.
Answered: Sun, 23 Sep 2012
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