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Bladder and vagina problems

Hi, I am 21 years.
I have a problem with my bladder since i've started my sexual activity. I've made an UTI, i took 3 types of antibiotics to treat it, and then, every time i have sex i feel burning while urinating for like one day after sex. It happens sometimes to have an UTI again after sex, and in the last year i have made 4 UTI's.
Beside that, i feel burning during sexual intercourse, at the entrance of vagina, and i feel like i have an irritation that never heals itself.After sex, i feel no more pain or burning.
I went to three gynecologists and no one solved these problems.
I took a lot of antibiotics, pills, ovules and no results.
The burning is not only during sexual intercorse, it is there when i put pressure on that area like an ovule, a tampoon, i feel a lot of pain during gyneco exam.
Only one time i felt good while making love, when i used 3 days earlier a gel with lactobacillus. That was the only time i didn't feel burning, but that was only at the beginning of the sexual intercourse, after 10 minutes the pain appeared again.
So please help me, because it is very frustraiting and i feel like i don't want to make sex ever again.
Thank you!
 
  MMMihaelaMMM on 2014-08-28
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Hi-

First did anyone explain to you that most all UTI 's are
caused by E coli bacteria? Somehow improper hygiene can
be going on or the use of sexual lubricants if Oil based
are not good bc they can spread tiny micro e coli around.

Always use a water base lubricant and make sure your
partner understands about e coli.

Now you have had a lot of antibiotics which then upsets
the digestive tract and can lead to yeast infections.

Get some 8 strain probiotics, experiment till you find one
that works well with you, go slow , start one a day and take
this for at least 2 months to repopulate your digestive tract
with the good flora.


Make sure you drink enough water.

Please get 3 cell salts, These are called biochemic and
Dr. Schuessler tissue salts. Nat Mur 6x,Ferrum Phos 6x,
Kali Mur 6x. These are tablets, cell salts work on the cell
level to rebalance.

Take 3 tabs of each ( 9) 3 times a day, Report back on day
4 on the effect.

Not sure where you are located-Homeoforce in the UK ships
to a lot of Europe.

Regards,

Simone717
 
simone717 7 years ago
Hi Simone!
I forgot to mention in my post that my first infection was caused by Klebsiells, not E-coli, and every time i took antibiotics, i took probiotics too.
I am also very careful about my hygiene and i don't use lubricants at all.
Thank you for you advise, i will try to take them and i'll report back as soon as i can
 
MMMihaelaMMM 7 years ago
Here is some info about Klebsiella-

seems that it can be spread by not
washing the hands- or else some
kind of problem with the bladder itself

General Information
Klebsiella [kleb−see−ell−uh] is a type of Gram-negative bacteria that can cause different types of healthcare-associated infections, including pneumonia, bloodstream infections, wound or surgical site infections, and meningitis. Increasingly, Klebsiella bacteria have developed antimicrobial resistance, most recently to the class of antibiotics known as carbapenems. Klebsiella bacteria are normally found in the human intestines (where they do not cause disease). They are also found in human stool (feces). In healthcare settings, Klebsiella infections commonly occur among sick patients who are receiving treatment for other conditions. Patients whose care requires devices like ventilators (breathing machines) or intravenous (vein) catheters, and patients who are taking long courses of certain antibiotics are most at risk for Klebsiella infections. Healthy people usually do not get Klebsiella infections.



How Klebsiella bacteria are spread
To get a Klebsiella infection, a person must be exposed to the bacteria. For example, Klebsiella must enter the respiratory (breathing) tract to cause pneumoniae, or the blood to cause a bloodstream infection.

In healthcare settings, Klebsiella bacteria can be spread through person-to-person contact (for example, from patient to patient via the contaminated hands of healthcare personnel, or other persons) or, less commonly, by contamination of the environment. The bacteria are not spread through the air.

Klebsiella is one of the more common causes of UTIs and is not sexually transmitted. Intercourse can predispose women to UTIs by pushing bacteria into the urethra. Some women find that urinating immediately after sex and drinking cranberry juice (it acidifies your urine and makes it harder for bacteria to stick to the inside of your bladder
[message edited by simone717 on Fri, 29 Aug 2014 07:25:55 BST]
 
simone717 7 years ago

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