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  • Vaginal problems

    I am 16 years old and for about 3 years now, when I urinate, my vagina burns, sometimes for hours. It's not every day that this happens. Maybe once every 2 weeks. I finally went to the doctor and they've done 4 urine samples and cannot find anything. I've gone for ultrasounds and such, and nothing is showing up. I also find that I have an odour coming from my private area which isn't fishy, but it's unpleasant. I am scheduled to see a urologist on the 15th of October, but in the mean time, can anybody shed some light on my current situation?

  • Pumpkin, you shouldve gone to the doctors sooner.

    Have you had unprotected sex? Could be a STD? Hopefully from your age, can we rule out STDs? However, if youve had unprotected sex, then ask your doctor / gyno to swab you.

    First thing that came to mind was Cystitis, but that wouldve shown up on your urine samples.

    Could be thrush / yeast infection... but thats usually accompanied by itching... hmmmm, tricky one, sorry i cant help anymore...

    Have you any abnormal discharge, is that where the odour is coming from?

    My sympathies for coping with this for 3 years.

    Miffed x

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    • Sorry, forgot to say -

      Try putting on some live yoghurt (or goats milk yoghurt) straight from the fridge to help soothe the burning.

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