Got to go? Hurry, hurry... run to the bathroom, better get there quick before a leak. Hurry, hurry... cross the legs while standing in line. Please hurry...finally an open stall. Let ‘er rip. Ahhhh! Wait a minute, still got to go?! Yep, that's what it feels like if you have interstitial cystitis.
That "got to go" feeling never goes away, which can be quite uncomfortable and painful. Normally when the bladder is empty, the bladder is relaxed and comfortable. For others, even when the bladder is empty, there is an urge to urinate. A constant sense of urgency is a very uncomfortable problem. Commonly, a bladder can be irritated by bacteria causing a urinary tract infection. Sometimes the problem is more serious like bladder cancer or a tumor. For others, bladder pain is caused by interstitial cystitis (a.k.a painful bladder syndrome, pelvic floor dysfunction, pelvic floor myalgia, and chronic pelvic pain). "Interstitial" means within the tissue. "Cystitis" means inflammation...
Eye burning with discharge is burning, itching, or drainage from the eye of any substance other than tears.
Itching - burning eyes; Burning eyes
Sometimes burning and itching eyes are due to environmental pollutants. If secondhand cigarette smoke is annoying, say so. If an industrial plant in the area is polluting, contact the EPA for solutions.
, including seasonal allergies or hay fever
Chemical irritants (such as chlorine in a swimming pool or makeup)
or pink eye
in the air (cigarette smoke or smog)
Some women become afflicted with pelvic pain accompanied by itching, burning, cannot sit without suffering , can't think about sex pain in the vulvar area. The opening of your vagina, or the vulva can become afflicted with vulvodynia spontaneously and though you clearly feel all the symptoms - the physical exam may not be that impressive. So what typically happens? You don't get help - the condition persists and you suffer.
Alot of women don't report it because they will examine themselves - see nothing - and feel actually stupid going to the doctor. So be clear - this condition does exist and you can get help.
Symptoms of vulvodynia include:
Painful intercourse (dyspareunia)
The pain can be constant or intermittent and it can last for months, even years. It can also vanish spontaneously. A rule out diagnosis is vulvar vestibulitis which may cause pain when there is pressure app...
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