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outbreak, on my period, and UTI??

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This is my first outbreak that I've had in a year, and I'm pretty bummed about it. I don't have any blisters; just the burning sensation in my inner thighs and a sore clitoris and labia.

Also, I noticed that this morning I am having trouble urinating!

Is this a symptom of an outbreak, or am I also having a UTI?

Keep in mind, doctors thought my first outbreak was some heinous UTI that wouldn't go away. I didn't really have blisters in my first outbreak, either.

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lizabeth

it could be both I suppose.. that sucks so bad... i'm sorry..

I went to the doc thinking I had a UTI.. along with was fever, back pain (sever) and couldn't really pee...one small blister on the inner labia..

turns out all the pain was from H...

I understand that your first OB is the hardest.. I didn't have the burning sensation with any other OB..

are you in the US... at walmart.. in the like (depends / feminie area) there are the urine strips that will home test for a UTI.. try that and see before going in and just call in for the H medication if you want..

i'm pretty sure those are cheap and it's the same test strip that the nurse will dip into your urine..

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kel0329

It's hard to know which it is..obviously. :)

When I was diagnosed-the only reason I went to the Doctor was because I felt like I had been cut down there in one spot and it burned when I pee'd. I also had bad pains in back. Everyone tried to reassure me that it was just a UTI. So, it was but I also had herpes! And, on top of it I started my period the very next day. So, it's tough with what you're going through!

Have you only had the one outbreak? If the Doctor's thought it was something other than herpes maybe you should be checked for herpes if you haven't.

Honestly, either way, you should go to the doctor cause if you have a UTI you need to get meds. Those are painful. With you not having any type of an outbreak it sounds like UTI. I've had an outbreak every month since I was diagnosed 4 months ago. I've learned what my body does before an outbreak comes for me.

I hate hearing "go to the doctor" but you should either way for meds. Hopefully, it's just a UTI for your sake. :) Good luck.

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