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urinating pain level from 0-(lowest) - 10-(highest) = 4
itching = only if I wipe down there or I am being highly active it will activate the itching part..
I am currently on suboxone, Cymbalta, klonopin, these are my daily meds...I am NOT on antibiotics at this time.
bumps are a little painful if you touch..pain level to the touch would be a 5...
my main concern is the way it looks and feels during a shower. It burns like crazy when the soap from other areas hits that irritated area. After the shower it gets itchy like crazy.
I haven't showered in 24 hours because its almost relieved by not doing so...I understand its grose but its all moist down there at this time and it almost feels better like that..However I need to clean myself but I do not look forward to feeling those symptoms again...The shower activates these symptoms I feel more so than not...
From what you describe this seems to be a case of vaginitis.Vaginitis is the inflammation of the vagina.It can be due to infections or non infectious causes.Infectious causes include bacterial or fungal infection.In such cases usually a high vaginal swab is taken and sent for microscopic and culture and sensitivity test.Treatment may includeWarm sitz bath with KMNo4Betadine vaginal suppository.If culture is positive antibiotics may be prescribed as per the sensitivity report.I hope this helps
I would suggest you see your gyn, you could have a fungal infection and need some nystatin a prescription cream. Why be in pain, also don't use any baby wipes. They still have scented ingredients and even some alcohol which can burn your skin more. You can try some vagisil which they sell otc but I definitely would see my gyn because if its a fungal infection which is common, it needs some type of antibiotic cream, and the burning can be excruciating. Also in the supermarket you can try some basic corn starch you can sprinkle on which can help a little, but no powders ,creams, or even scented kotex. Wearing no underwear is also a help for now but get to the gyn. You may also have a mild urinary tract infection, so get that checked too.