Vagina pain

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hi i has a transabdominal can monday the 15 oct and i bin in a lot of pain anyone Else has this could there have give me a Infection

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    Hi bianca65226

    I suggest you go see your doctor because you may have picked up an infection from the instruments used, or perhaps the scan has left you a bit tender in the vaginal area...get your doctor to check you out...

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    I had this scan but it had to be abandoned after two attempts because I couldn't tolerate the pain. It sounds more likely that the scan itself has caused you the pain rather than an infection. Great care is taken to make sure the instruments are properly sterilised. If they were not, it would be very rare.

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      Hi bianca_65226

      Do you mean you are in the process of taking 2 different antibiotics......or have you already completed both courses?..

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      Hi bianca_65226

      Ummmmm! 🤔...i think you should have been tested first before being prescribed antibiotics. What antibiotics are you taking?.. If you do have an infection all well and good....if you do not have an infection then taking antibiotics unneccasarily can bring it's own problems such as killing the good bacteria n your gut and could cause gastro problems. When you have finished the course be sure to be tested to see if an infection is still there....if you ever had one in the first place??🤔🤔

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      hi i am on metronidazole 400mg and nitrogurantoin 100mg i all ready have gastro problems i seem a bit better then at the weekend was on painkills for pain

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      Hi bianca_65226

      Mmmmmm.....certainly sounds like you had an infection...very pleased you are not experiencing anymore pain....eat some probiotic yogurts with cultures to replace good bacteria that may have been destroyed by the antibiotics.....

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