Need advice about my private area (female)

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Hello you lovely people! (too whoever reads this..I'm sorry in advance for all the writing - Also I didn't know what group to put this in sorry)

So I've been suffering A LOT with my private area since I was 24 (I'm female, age: 26, just over 30 stone in weight) Lost like 2 stone since last November and more is coming of. 😄

The pain changes places everyday..but like 4-5 weeks ago my clitoris hurt so effing bad after I urinate, and when I stand up after it omg I want to scream because of the pain. 😢

About 4 weeks ago I went straight to the doctors and did a urine sample and when the GP put the strip automatically turned bright pink...well more like neon pink (you'd probably see it from space) I was told I had Cystitis, I was annoyed I had it but glad I found out what I gave me a course of tablets and everything cleared up but I still had pain due to suffering with Vulvodynia (can't effin win can I? ugh!)

But like 2 weeks after it all being cleared up...when urinating the clitoris hurts again, so I went straight back to the doctors and the urine sample was fully clear, so the GP sent it for testing just to make sure but after a few days the results were completely god damn normal - I should be happy but I'm angry because I need to know what this effing pain is!! 😢 It legit feels like hot needles are being stuck into the area. (I barely sleep anymore, and when I do it's only because I'm exhausted, but I sometimes get woken up by the pain)

I also suffer from stomach issues/lower back pain and all the vagina stuff...I'm at the end of my rope now..I'm mentally and physically exhausted to the point I just want to die because it's ruined me that bad. I'm not even joking I actually went as far as to order razor blades online and they came the other day. If I can't get answers I honestly don't think I can carry on anymore. 😢 😢 I'm so done.


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    A Psychiatrist could help sort it all out , some symptoms might be real but your extreme anxiety will bring on other perceived (fake) symptoms.

    Take a deep breath and understand that you are not in any danger at all ,just worries.

    We all went through that.

    Pains can come for hundreds of reasons ,you just need to investigate a little deeper and you'll find out.

    By saying stones you are probably from UK which has a reputation of a horrifying socialist health care system deeply rationed , maybe you can pay for private doctors.

    good luck

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    it sounds to me as though you are still recovering from the UTI. it can take time to fully heal try self help ie: drinking plenty of fluids, fruit juices (in moderation) and something that works for me is avoiding the use of tampons after a UTI as they always seem to kick start infections with me thats why i use a menstrual cup now -so much better!

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    also a little insight, im 21, I have clinial depression and anxiety linked to my autistic tendancies. i have a slipped disc currently been suffering for 18 months now as i didnt realise thats what it was as i also had a severe kidney infection which led me to be rushed into A & E with a heart rate of 144 (tachicardic) ive always had uti's self help is better then prescription meds for after care aslong as thwre is no infection left.

    also a heads up ive self harmed for 10 years it startwd in primary school. the fact you are talking about it rather then doing it is good i wish id have dine that dont start or youll fond it hard to stop

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    You're gong to get through this Kirsty. The answers will come, and things will get better. Remember that the more we have to work to put to find a solution the much more satisfactory it is to us when we ultimately find it, and it touches us at every level: mind, soul and body. Your soul will be stronger for this, so please hang in there.

    Sounds like it's nerve pain that is your primary bane, correct me if I'm wrong. There are non-opioid pain medications indicated for such pain, such as GabaPentin. You may want to talk with your doctor about this subject. I imagine he'll be loath to prescribe any opiate-based pain med, as pretty much all do these days, but something like GabaPentin might do enough to make life more bearable. Keep in mind that it is somewhat addicted (though not as bad as opiates). I would do a lot of research into it yourself to make sure it's something you'd be willing to take, given the risks and rewards. (Ignore the duplicate post above this; I'll have a moderator remove it).

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