Does the burning go away ever?

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Doing my last (3rd) treatment this Friday and hoping it will do the trick. I have had improvement but not a lot or maybe more then I think. Hard to tell. I'm fine all day with no issues until the evening. My issue is the urge to pee and not having too much to release. Then I get the burning...but it only seems to happen in the evening. I'm constantly drinking water to make sure I empty my bladder. There have been a few days where all has been normal however. The burning is so aggravating! So maybe it takes longer for the results to happen. anyone else experiencing this? Thank so much!

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    What kind of treatment did you have?

    It's hard to say without knowing that info.

    I'm guessing your dealing with dryness, and feelings of a UTI.. since I don't know what treatment you're doing, the only suggestion I have is using some kind of water based lube.. coconut oil works ok. Our bladders are dependent on estrogen and when that goes our bladders let us know. I use Estrace Cream for my atrophy, and went to pelvic floor physical therapy, 4 yrs into meno I'm pretty much back to normal in that area.

    Also you need to re-train your bladder, don't give in to the urge to go every time you feel it. Hold it until you know for sure its going to be worth it. After you're finished lean forward to "squish" your bladder and squeeze out what might be left. Google pelvic floor exercises and how to re-train your bladder, they really do work, I still do mine every day.

    Hope you get relief soon! Its miserable 😪

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    hold on, i certainly don't understand coconut part,

    second part is good advice

    buy hey,

    your gender

    age

    if uti report

    loads of other blood test?

    u need to visit uro,

    i am a professional and won't advise online advise

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      If you're a professional then stop putting your 2 cents in unless you have sure fire answers and willing to share them. None of us are the same and are sharing what has worked for us!

      As a professional you should know coconut oil is a great natural moisturizer and also a natural antibacterial.

      As most of us have, we've been to every specialist we can find with ZERO answers, conflicting answers, being told its in our head and to suck it up, put on drugs we don't need. We certainly don't need ppl like you on here being a snarky jerk..

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      hey i am glad you are here to help other wise your time and best of knowledge

      i didn't mean to offend you by all means

      but you must understand that, we shouldn't change natural moisture and bacterial balance by applying anything, including antibiotics, today i had a patient who was using anti biotic and getting relapse, upon discontinuing

      be assured that, uti can't be treated with coconut oil, as it requires sensitivity test to see resistant even with well documented antibiotic

      and unnecessary antibiotic kills good bacteria too.

      though i appreciated second part of your advise, some are really helpful.

      keep the good work continue, as i slowing getting less time for here

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      I wasn't referring coconut oil for a real dx'd UTI, those of us with atrophy suffer the uti symptoms because of the dryness but don't actually have an infection, I should have been clear with that, and using the oil as a "lube" per say will help with the symptoms if its not a dx'd UTI. Until I started the Estrace cream I was in the doc office weekly, only to be told it was in my head. Finally got a referral to my gynecologist who got it right, got me started on the cream AND sent me to pelvic floor PT. But the oil helped ease the symptoms until I could get to her.

      I've seen a lot of women use all kinds of crap to ease the burning dryness only to give themselves not only yeast and bv infections but actual UTIs, unrefined coconut oil is not only natural but an anti bacterial and no crappy additives that will disrupt the pH. I was just letting her know what worked for me.. as to what treatment she had I don't know bc she didn't answer, so its hard to expand on that. I'm by no means a medical professional, not humans anyway, 4 legged critters are my specialty, but I sympathize with her symptoms.

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