Hormonal imbalance cause frequent urge to urinate?

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I had posted here before about having the constant ugre to urinate after having cystitis for the first time. I still have that urge which wont go away. It also seems like i cant hold my urine as long as i use to without having horrible bladder pressure. Im also suffering from pain in my pelvic area during sex.

What i forgot to mention was that before i got the uti, i had what i thought symtoms of hormonal imbalance. I had no sex drive at all. My vagina became extremely dry and whatever lubication i would produce was super watery. Sorry tmi. Ive been to a urologist 4 times now he just keeps giving me antibiotics and sending me home. I went to a gyno, she did a vaginal swap. I got meds for a yeast infection that i had bc of all the antibiotics i was on. Cured that, still have pain during sex in pelvic area so i practically had to beg for more tests to be done. She did a transvaginal scan. It was normal. I told her about the symptoms i had before the uti and i was ignored. I dont know what to do. The urge to urinate wont go away. Should i look for someone else? How can i get doctors to take me seriously and can hormones have anything to do with this? Any help or suggestions bring comfort. Im only 24 im engaged to be married soon. This is suppose to be the happiest time of my life and i live going to the bathroom 24/7 and no sex bc its painful. Im desperate.

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    HI re uti I had the feeling to want to pee for ages after infection was cleared up.  I gave up alcohol completely and also just drank water.  No tea, coffee sodas etc.  After two or three weeks bladder inflammation calmed down.

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