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    Pain after cystitis for weeks

    Hey, so I had a couple nasty cases of cystitis about 6 weeks ago that just kept coming back (have explained before) and now I'm just sort of having this annoying pain in my urethra which is there constantly and hasn't gone for weeks.

    I have been to see doctors who gave me a blood test which came back as being inconclusive (after a 9 day wait) so I have to have another, which will be in over a weeks time....

    The guy I was seeing left me, after actually being the case of all this pain and just sort of drawing me in emotionally with romance then leaving me (childish man child stuff, very irritating)...but that's another story...anyway, all of this has got me very, very, very down.

    I've been trying everything to make it go. Homeopathic stuff, drinking so much water I've got over hydration several times, boosting my immune system, tons of antibiotics then none at all, thrush treatments, no sex (maybe why the guy buggered off, great thanks-cause I kept getting it when he was rough).

    Anyway. I even demanded to see a urologist today and the doctors said I had to get an appointment, of which there are none today...and if I go private it would be £250.

    I don't feel like having any sex, am uncomfortable and stingy all the time, none of my friends really understand and I feel like I can't do ANYTHING. Everything is difficult. Maybe I have candidia? I don't know. I've just been crying all the time and wanting to die. I am so....so....desperate for help but no one is helping.

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    It sucks that you can't see a urologist!
    Continue drinking a lot of water and fluids until you can. Either a Urologist or a Nephfologist. Make an appointment with either one as fast as you can. Make sure you get a scan of the kidney and of your whole urinary tract from the ureter to the urethra.

    See a gynecologist too to check and see if you have a damaged cliterus and if you have any vaginal infections also.

    If you finished your antibiotics don't take them anymore; rest from them for awhile..since taking too many might mess with your normal bacterial flora and might damage your immunity and cause more seconday infecions.

    You can also localy rinse your urethra with camomile tea 2 to 3 times a day and no sugar after the tea cools.

    If it was candida you would see white spots or white cottage cheese like secretion and it would itch and burn.

    And if it is candida, antiobiotics should at once be stopped they help candida grow if it is candida, antifungal medications should be taken..but thats for your Urologist and Nephrologist to determine.

    Do you have any secretions out of your vagina?
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    Do you still have bleeding out of your urethra?

    If you had rough sex your clitotis might have been damaged and that causes bleeding because the cliterus has a lot of blood vessels inside it.

    You can take pain killers while you wait. Like Ibuprofen 400mg every 4-6 hours as needed.

    Continue taking your vitamins, especially Vit. C

    And you really shouldn't have sex for awhile.

    Just chill without men for a while until you get your health 100% back. Go out with friends in natyre , watch movies, enjoy yourself without men..

    As they say: "A healthy mind in a healthy body" ot vise versa "A healthy body in a healthy mind".

    How old are you?

    P.s. you should be happy that guy left..he was making you physically and emotionaly sick.

    P.s. a blood test isn't enough to determine anything. You need to be examined by a urologist, nephrologist and gynecologist to get to the bottom of this.

    You can't pass on doctors. You can't treat it on your own.

    Borrow the money from someone if you have to and stop delaying it, go private!
    Health is the most important thing!

    In what country do you live?
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    Hey thanks for replying

    I don't have itching no or the cottage cheese thing.

    I don't have the bleeding anymore either. It just feel a bit weird around my urethra, like it's stingy all the time. Especially when I get stressed.

    I got a probiotic pill and have been drinking this green broth I've made from celery, garlic, kale, onions and sea salt. Not sure if it's helping at all! Just feel really hungry!! Haha.

    I had this once before years ago after really bad cystitis. It just wouldn't go for several months then disappeared out of nowhere.

    Yeah the guy wasn't helping.

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    Oh and I'm 31 and I'm the U.K. You have to get referred by a gp to see a urologist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cryingalways [Register to see the link]
    Hey thanks for replying

    I don't have itching no or the cottage cheese thing.

    I don't have the bleeding anymore either. It just feel a bit weird around my urethra, like it's stingy all the time. Especially when I get stressed.

    I got a probiotic pill and have been drinking this green broth I've made from celery, garlic, kale, onions and sea salt. Not sure if it's helping at all! Just feel really hungry!! Haha.

    I had this once before years ago after really bad cystitis. It just wouldn't go for several months then disappeared out of nowhere.

    Yeah the guy wasn't helping.
    I think you see a Urologist, Nefrologist and Gynecologist no matter the cost. Borrow money don't wait.

    It clearly didn't disappear since it's back.

    Also are you eating right? Don't starve yourself the broth sounds great but you need to actually eat like bread and meals if you don't want to stay or get sick again.

    Go ahead and get refered then. You can also go private to the doctors I mentioned without getting refered by a gp.

    Chill from men. If that guy was any good he would still be around sexless. Kind of seems to me he was in for the sex and romancing you for that reason.
    As soon as he truly understood this might take a while before you actually have sex again he left. He probably thought your condition will just disappear faster and you would continue having rough sex.
    You should be happy you got sick as stupid as it sounds, if you didn't he might have used you for a while...he would of still left but not as fast..

    Good luck
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    P.s. Besides drinking a lot of fluids you need to eat well and never stay hungry.

    "Cystitis" is an infection of the urinary bladder, so make sure the urologist checks it.

    If it was bacterial and oral antibiotics didn't work you might have to take IV antibiotics; but your urologist will tell you that. He will detemine what the next step will be.

    Also check your kidney to a Nephrologist.

    Best of luck

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    See a gyn and be honest about the rough sex and overuse and misuse of "home remedies". Stop making appts with specialists who don't treat what you have.

    Specifically ask for a wide std testing panel, which can only be done with the proper gyn exam and sampling locally of all the external and internal organs....

    From the CDC: What are the signs and symptoms of gonorrhea?
    Most women with gonorrhea are asymptomatic . Even when a woman has symptoms, they are often so mild and nonspecific that they are mistaken for a bladder or vaginal infection . The initial symptoms and signs in women include dysuria.
    Quote Originally Posted by cryingalways [Register to see the link]
    Homeopathic stuff, drinking so much water I've got over hydration several times, boosting my immune system, tons of antibiotics then none at all, thrush treatments.I kept getting it when he was rough.
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    I agree, a gynecologist should be visited once you have visited a Urologist and a Nephrologist.

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    Keep drinking the water. It keeps your pee diluted so it won't add to the burning.
    Mine eventually disappeared out of nowhere too. I get a bout of it on occasions. Especially when i'm down or stressed out.
    Mine lingered for a couple of months or so too before finally going. I would still get the odd stabbing pain on occasions from nowhere too.

    I think you're doing all the right things. I never saw a urologist in the end as it eventually went by itself. It's just really ty having to put up with it in the meantime.
    It's frustrating, especially when there's no bacteria present. What are you supposed to do now?
    I do still think it was the flora inbalance from all the antibiotics which took time to eventually get back to normal.

    Keep us updated with how you get on. Hot wate bottles help. Sometimes it's worse in mornings.
    Limiya

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