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Burning sensation while urination after swimming in beach, ordor, no vaginal check, no UTI. Vinegar sitz bath?

after going swimming while at the beach, a day or two later it started to burn when i went to pee. I went to the doc this afternoon and was told there was no uti but she did not do a vaginal check to see if I had a yeast infection . Could this be the problem while I was being pushed out the door. All I m trying to get is some relief. There is also an ordor that was not there before. I am 25 weeks. Can I use a vinger sits bath to help with the burning until I see my regular ob?
Asked On : Mon, 9 Apr 2012
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go for some test.drink lots of water during day.i think you have yeast infection into vagina.or around urethra. use v-wash or clean and dry for washing genital area once in a day.stop use soap because it alters the pH of vagina.use dusting clotrimazole over urethra and vagina.use itching guard over urethra will give you icing effect and relief from itching and irritation
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