Hello, ive been having a burning sensation on the outside
Patient :Hello, ive been having a burning sensation on the outside of my vagina its comes and goes it gets warm with a burning sensation especially during night time. Heres some brief information about me im 22 yrs old ive had many utis before since i was 17 when i became sexually actibe so i know what uti symptoms are like for me. A week ago me and my partner that ive been with 5 yrs now took a showrr together and had foreplay went on that day. This time he grabbed my razor blade that i use and massaged me with the handle bar. Later on i found out that the razor blade he had used was a scented venus razor bladd handle. I had also taken a bath later on that day. I dont know if that was the problem or not. That night i felt a slight burn during my sleep. The next day i had intercouse and after intercouse it burned so much for awhile. After that day it the birning left then came back durin the night on and off for three days. I went to my local teen clinic and got a culture done and the doctor said she found just a tiny bit of yeast and white blood cells on the microscope after i had told her i think it might be a yeast infection. She just prescribbed me flucazone in case ot was. However she didnt seem convinced because i told her i had normal discharge and no itching like a typical yeat infecfion. Also she got a urine sample from me im just waiting for the results 7 days. So now im pretty worried of what can it be. I know its not an std for sure im in a serious felationshio and my partner dosent have anything. And i havent been with anyone else. Can this ne bacterial? Cancer, vaginitis? After researching online im just making myself more paranoid. Another thing you shoudl know is that im on the pill for 6 yrs now used to be trinessa but my medical doesnt cover it so the gave me 2 months ago generic brand called tri linyah if this is important.
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