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Forum Name: Urinary tract infections
Question: Water Infection Blisters
|Liverpool1 - Fri Apr 03, 2009 8:02 am||
For five days now I have been having abnormalitys within and around the vagina. On monday I was rather itchy round the vaginal area, this then on the tuesday begin to get sore and when I had sex I would feel to tight and it would be too painfull. Yesterday I began to feel deep pain when I urinated and rather sickly. The area around the vagina entrance was extremely painful if anything touched it even water in the shower. TGhis morning I visited a lkocal nurse, who took a urine sample and diagnosed me with a water infection. I was given TRIMETHOPRIM TABLETS 200mg antibiotics. I have been told to take two daily for three days. I took my first one after visiting the doctor already feeling slightly nauseated. About 45 minutes after taking bthe tablet I vomited but I don't know whether this could of been caused by the fact I had not eaten all morning. I have now noticed small blister like spots around the vagina entrance and slightly in the entrance. What is this caused by? I am in a lot of pain when urinating.
|Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Sun Aug 09, 2009 9:00 pm||
Best to rule out a herpes simplex type2, if there is a recurrence.I guess you are ok by now.
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