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stinging genitals

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  • Posted By: lady-jayne
  • August 2, 2008
  • 09:02 AM

I have had this stinging sensation in my vagina since march last year in which time i have had numerous tests, swabs and blood tests. The stinging just doesn't go away, its like having a paper cut with salt constantly pouring into it!!. I have been told by my doctor that it is a yeast infection, thrush, and had every cream, pessory, and antibiotic for yeast infections. I now have just had a blood test that came back all clear for diabetes. At the moment i have now been told i have burning nerve sydrome and am using xepin cream but this isn't helping at all and now i am at my wits end!! Sex with my boyfriend has come to an end as this only seems to aggrevate the stinging. Throughout this all the doctors i have seen keep mentioning ITCHING if i hear this word one more time i will go nuts!! it does not ITCH at all never has!!.
I just need someone to give me some relief and answers, please help!!:mad:

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  • Hi,for your issue, please consider contacting Evelyn Anderson, she will be able to help you. I can give you her contact, just pm me.Take Care,Arnaud
    perfecthealth 2 Replies Flag this Response
  • make sure you had a blood test for herpes 2...
    Monsterlove 2,921 Replies Flag this Response
  • Last night I watched a program that mentioned something similar.....apparently spicy foods can cause stinging ? It's all flitered through the kidneys so it makes sense.Just a thought :)Samanthahttp://www.undiagnosedillness.org
    Anonymous 42,789 Replies
    • August 18, 2009
    • 00:34 AM
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