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Having pain while urinating with a itchy vagina. Is it a yeast infection ?

Hi, uhm I went to lake pleasant a week ago and long story sort I put toilet paper in my bikini bcuz I was about to start my period and when I took it off I went into the water and the next day I got a rash after the rash went away I would get really itchy around my vagina and now I got an ingrown and I m getting another one and yesterday it hurt to pee and it still does I touched where I pee out of and it s really sensitive can someone help please because I m starting to get scared. I was thinking it was yeast infection but I don t believe it anymore and it s not a uti
Asked On : Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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Do you feel burning pain on micturation , it may be due urine infection or normal low water intake, Suggest you drink plenty of water and sanitation, if it continue please carry out urine culture to investigate
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Answered: Wed, 23 Mar 2011
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