A few weeks ago after sex my vagina felt very dry the next day and it hurt really bad to urinate. However, I didn't feel like I had to urinate all the time. I went to the doctor who sent my results to a lab but I took UTI meds anyways to be safe. The feelings I had during this infection were very uncomfortable, I felt a stinging, burning pain in my vagina at most times, especially when I urinated. However, by three or four days my symptoms went away and I was fine again. This is when my lab results came back and told me that it was in fact not a UTI. It sounded strange but I didn't worry about it because it was gone. Two nights ago I had sex for the first time since that occasion with the same guy and am now experiencing the same symptoms. I am leaving for a trip today and can't see a doctor for a week. Does anyone have any tips on what these symptoms are caused by? When my partner and I have sex sometimes I am quite dry and it hurts a bit. Is this what is causing this? Also, him and I do not use a condom, and I wear nylon underwear -- maybe that will provide more important information.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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