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Pain in the vagina while urination. Not responding to UTI and yeast infection medications. Need help

Hey since before i started my period when i was twelve and i am eighteen now, ive been having problems with my vagina . But here in the past year it has gotten so much worse! It feels so horrible i cant sleep!! After i pee it hurts so bad i dont even know how to explain it ive gotten yeast infection meds didnt work, uti meds didnt help. But what made it start really bad was a uti. I dont know ive givin up hope.
Asked On : Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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Some of the most common symptoms of Vaginitis infection include:

Abnormal vaginal discharge is the most common symptom.
Irritation and itchy sensation around the vaginal area is also a common symptom of Vaginitis.
In Bacterial Vaginitis – Mild irritation or burning of the vulva and vagina often without itching or redness; thin watery discharge often with an unpleasant odor, grayish white or yellow in color and heavier than usual.
In yeast infection, odorless, thick, white discharge with burning and itching sensation.
In parasitic infection, during urination there is itching and pain in vagina and vulva, swelling and redness of the vulva, discharge has intense-unpleasant odor and is yellowish-gray or green tinged.
Infection is the main cause of vaginitis. Bacterial infection is caused by bacterial multiplication and can be spread by sexual contacts.
Yeast infections are caused by fungus and women who take antibiotics and have weakened immune system are most affected.
Infection caused by parasitic organism and spread through sexual contacts is called Trichomoniasis.

here are few tips to follow:
1.Vagina cleans itself naturally so do not use artificial methods. Avoid using scents and sprays to cover unpleasant odor.
2.Wear loose cotton clothes and undergarments.
3.Daily use an unscented mild soap, to wash vaginal area and dry it thoroughly.
4.After a bowel movement wipe form front to back to avoid spreading bacteria.
5.If you have recurrent infections, have multiple sex partners and are undergoing treatment for vaginitis, finish the course first and then follow any other instructions.
Vaginitis treatment includes application of yeast cream, anti-fungal medication creams and antibiotics depending upon the type and severity of the vagnitis infection
While the best way to determine the most effective treatment for this condition is by visiting your ob-gyn specialist, you must first observe the pain in the first few days. If the sharp pain in vagina persists for more than two days, better consult your doctor immediately.
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Answered: Tue, 31 Jul 2012
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