In Decemeber, after I was married & started having sex, a week or so after, (while on my period) I started being itchy down there & it would burn when my urine ran over the inflammed part of my vagina. I had never had this problem before! I used some Rephresh and it went away (or so I thought). In Feb. I went to the Gynecologist for the first time and she told me I had BV, even though the symptoms had gone away. I thought it was just because of the sex, since I hadn't been having it before.
The gynecologist have me the antibiotic and I took it. Then, I started my first period after taking the medicine and the same itchy-ness and buring during urination came back again. I'm going to go get a screening kit to make sure that's what it is, but I'm sure it is because it's the same exact symptoms. I've been doing everything recommended, and I haven't changed tampons or anything (and they are unscented). I've been drinking more water, wearing cotton underwear, etc. I don't know why its back
Me and my husband did have sex, but only once, and it was before my period AND we used a condom. I have NEVER had this problem before and I can't think of any other variables that could be causing it. This is getting really annoying, please give me some insight!
I have always used the same type of condom now, and in the past and I have never had any problems before. And the first time it happened we were not using a condoms at that time. The only reason we did the last time was because of the BV and the gynecologist recommended it. Thanks for the suggestions so far
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