no uti burning vagina is this athropic vaginatis or more serious?blood in urine constantly burning v

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Burning vagina constantly like sensitive burning bit itchy in vagina. No trush no infection. One test bit blood under microscope. Pressure to pee and good flow each time. Doc refered to specialist. Very worried. Postmenopause. 

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    Who can relate? 
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    Hi Queeny 

    i get this sometimes, i am post meno..

    i use canestan cream internal and it eases sometimes..

    also i had BV and didnt even know. Until Gyno picked it up on a pap smear, i had no usual symptoms or odour.. Just tenderness, burning vahinally and felt off ..

    i also have vaginal dryness.. So can relate yes ...

    i use premeno duo ovules on occassion for the dryness and occassional ovestin estriol to vaginal area external and occassionally internal.. ( ovules and cream) 

    I dont take HRT .. I am age 50 

    the last few days i too have had something happening below but cant pinpoint it as yet, currently using canestan and an oral tablet see if any relief happens

    lousy isnt it.

    eco care Vaginal PH testers are good to have to keep a check on PH levels, then you know if higher than should be then most likely BV 

    jay x

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      Hi Quueny

      try not to worry, at least your going to get checked..

      have you had a pap smear lately ..

      like I say, when i had mine last Aug i had BV & Thrush, this was picked up when tested.

      i am very clued up normally and had no idea i had BV just discomfort that seemed to take hold amd make me feel abit feverish over the months.

      also mimics UTI symptoms when left...

      try not to worry sweetie these post menopause symptoms are certainly a nuisance, good luck hun

      jay x

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