Vaginal burning after using yeast infection Medicine?


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I just used over the counter Monistat. I now have a bad buring sensation after urination and before. Could this be from an alergic reaction to the medicine? It makes me feel like I gave to pee all of the time.
Just went to the dr. got a urine test. It was indeed a UTI. Thanks for the help

4 Replies to “Vaginal burning after using yeast infection Medicine?”

  1. It sounds more like a UTI, especially since you feel like you have to pee all the time. You need an antibiotic for that.

  2. That's a Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). You can take an antibiotic for that (you will need to see a doctor). You can also drink lots and lots and lots and lots of water and tea (esp. Chamomile tea). If you go to the pharmacy and ask for UroSept…that will get rid of it also–it's not prescription and it is a pill. However, if you don't take an antibiotic, the UTI can reoccur.
    To prevent UTIs, don't have sex when you need to pee (ie. mornings)…empty your bladder before having sex, make sure to always drink plenty of water, avoid sugar and alcohol, and don't sit on cold surfaces, don't stay in wet clothing long (ie. swimsuit).

  3. I just finished taking Monostat 7 and I didn`t have the urge to urinate as much before I started taking the creme, it`s the creme, the sensation will go away in a few days, if it doesn`t go see a doctor..I was going through the same feelings, ( urge to urinate).

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