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Frequent urination, itchy vagina, digestive problems with burps on swallowing. Taking birth control. What could be the problem?

I am 16 and in the last 5 days I have felt like I have to pee a lot. At first I just thought that it may be a urinary tract infection but today right inside of my vagina has been very itchy as well. Also within the last month or so I have had serious problems with digestion everytime I eat. I feel like I have to burp whenever I swallow food but I can t. I don t know I these two things run together at all but I just want to know if anyone has any ideas of what is wrong with me before I see a doctor. I am also on birth control .
Asked On : Mon, 30 Apr 2012
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Hello and welcome to health care magic forums.
Itching and frequent urination suggests an infection in your vagina, most commonly of fungal origin. My advice is to visit an OBGYN specialist and let the doctor have a look at your symptoms. The doctor will advice Clotrimazole pessaries and a course of Metronidazole if associated bacterial infections are present.
Your burping and abdominal symptoms are not associated with this.

On a side note I want to add that being on birth control at this young age is not advisable. There are numerous studies which shows a high chance of Cervical cancer in girls who are active in sex before the age of 18.
Thank you for consulting with us.
Answered: Mon, 7 Apr 2014
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