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Gynecological problems?

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • September 14, 2007
  • 09:08 PM

I have several gynocological problems that no can seem to fix.

First off, my vaginal area and canal is completely...numb. Can't feel anything at all, and a few weeks ago I had a yeast infection that seemed to be cleared up by OTC medicine.

I also have sharp, stabbing pains in my pelvis, accompanied by a dull ache most of the time.

I was tested for STDs (Claymdia and Gonerrea as a precaution) and they didn't find anything as far as I know. (They told me no news is good news and I never got news.)

Now I have what I assume is an abcess toward the very bottom, on the outside, and its very painful. I haven't had sex with anyone for a long while. I really have no idea what to do anymore. The Nurse Practioner I went to at school told me that the reason I had the pain was because of hard stool...I took the medicine she perscribed and it didn't help. The gyno I went to gave me another medicine which did not help either, and she seems unwilling to belive I am in pain constantly.

I need help, please. Even if its something I can go to a doctor with and say "This is what I think I might have." because I really don't want to live like this.

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  • Lab reports get lost. Call the docs to confirm your STD status.
    rad-skw 1,605 Replies
    • September 15, 2007
    • 09:07 AM
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