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A few questions first to clarify your concern:
1. When did this pain start? Did it happen with sex?
2. Any vaginal discharge? If so what color is it?
3. Have you taken any medication, antibiotics, recently? If so what?
4. Is the pain on both sides or just one side? Does it hurt all the time? If not does it hurt to urinate, defecate?
1. Do you have any medication conditions?
2. Have you had the itching before? How long have you had the itching?
Thanks for your response. You are right these are probably two separate issues.
The pelvic pain can be due to several things: an ovarian cyst, or an infection. The cyst is due to the normal physiologic occurrence of making an egg each month. However sometimes a cyst can enlarge and cause discomfort or pain, which can be increased with sex. If the pain is persistent and doesn't go away after a few hours then an evaluation is indicated which can include a pelvic exam and ultrasound. If the pain becomes severe then an exam is needed. You can try placing a heating pad on that side, lying on your side with knees up can help relieve the pain
The vaginal itching can be due to an early yeast infection, allergy to a feminine product, new laundry or body soap. Try and think of anything that may be new in your environment in regards ***** ***** or external products. While a yest infection often occurs with a discharge, an increase in the Candida fungus that causes it can be the cause. Candida is a naturally occurring vaginal organism, but will increase when sugar.carbohydrate intake is increased. For this monitor your diet, reduce the sweets, sugars & starches, and drink plenty of water. Doing this can prevent an increase in Candida & risk of a yeast infection.
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How long have you been trying to conceive?
How often do you have sex during our fertile week?
Given the lenght of time you have been trying wit out success a formal evaluation of both you and your husband is indicated. An infertility workup can lead to a better understanding of why you are not getting pregnant, but sometimes no good reason can be found.
If you are not doing so, you can get an ovulation predictor kit in the local drug stores to see if you are ovulating, If it turns positive then you should have sex once a day for the next 4 days.. Avoid using any artificial lubricants, if lubrication is needed then use egg whites.
It is important to remain relaxed and not be tense during this time as tha an effect our hormones
And of course you should be doing all the things to live a "good" life: getting plenty of water, eating a variety of vegetables & fruits to get a variety of nutrients. Getting plenty of exercise (at least 5x/wk for 60 min or more) to make sure all of our body organ systems are working well. And finally you should be taking a prenatal vitamin at least 3 months before conceiving to make sure you have enough of the vital vitamins & minerals (especially folate).
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