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Pregnant. Sensitive and burning vagina. Normal?

Hi, im 41 weeks +3 pregnant, I had 2 membrane sweeps already and induction bookt for this comming saturday, im dilated 2cm, now I have like a burning feeling in my vagina and sensitive, a bit hot feeling when im peeing, something similar when have a urine infection, but im pretty sure its not urine infection. Also feeling need to go for pee more offten, even if nothing's special comming out. Sharper pains I have mostly evenings when baby starts moving. Is that normal?
Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Hi,
The burning sensation that you experience is perhaps due to the vaginal examinations that you have had to strip your membranes. This could also be the reason for the hot feeling while passing urine. Increased frequency is noticed when the baby descends down. Pain during movement is mostly due to the pain due to lax pelvic joints. It would be advisable to exclude any urinary infection as you are booked for induction. Please report to your doctor for further advice. Wish you a safe delivery.
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Pregnant. Sensitive and burning vagina. Normal?

Hi, The burning sensation that you experience is perhaps due to the vaginal examinations that you have had to strip your membranes. This could also be the reason for the hot feeling while passing urine. Increased frequency is noticed when the baby descends down. Pain during movement is mostly due to the pain due to lax pelvic joints. It would be advisable to exclude any urinary infection as you are booked for induction. Please report to your doctor for further advice. Wish you a safe delivery.