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Have kidney infection and burning vagina. On antibiotic. What are the risks?

Hi i have been experiencing vaginal burning since having a kidney infection in october, i then went onto having vaginal swabs and i was told i had an infection, it wasnt sexually transmitted but needed treating tablets. I believe the infection had been caused by something that is found in feces. However almost two months later the vaginal burning has returned i have been on numourous antibiotics for water infections since and i dont think these have helped in the slightest, i am running out of answerees and am desperate for answers. I havent had any discharge or itching, just burning and discomfort when i wear tight clothing
Asked On : Mon, 7 May 2012
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Good Day!

I am thinking that you may not have infection but rather vaginal irritation. I would suggest seeing a Gynecologist so she can examine your vagina for any lesions or discharge. It will also be important for her to do a speculum examination to examine comprehensively.

Previous UTI antibiotics may have altered bacterial community (normal bacterial flora) in the vagina thereby causing changes that lead to your present condition now. Vaginal suppositories or ointment may be needed to resolve the problem.
Answered: Thu, 24 Oct 2013
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