Symptoms: Extreme pressure on my bladder, constantly needing to go to the bathroom (and going without problem), it also seems like all my genitals are overly stimulated occassionally. The symptoms are extremely worse after intercourse, exercise and generally get worse throughout the day. There is no pain or discharge associated with it. I- October 6 - Visited general practitioner number one because I thought I had some kind of urinary tract infection. Although the symptoms I had was not like a regular ut infection but the doctor carelessly prescribed medication to treat it.- October 7 - Visited general practitioner number two because medication was doing nothing. He did some urine testing, which came out negative and thought maybe my bladder was going into spasms. He gave me medication for yeast/bladder spasms.- Now the weekend had come, my symptoms did not go away and in fact got worse.- October 12 - Visited general practitioner number three. Finally I had a pelvic done, where we discovered the discomfort was coming from my right ovary. Then I had an internal/external ultrasound done which supposedly revealed that an ovarian cyst popped. I was told that all symptoms should be gone within a few days.- The symptoms never entirely went away and now I'm at the same stage with the symptoms as I was in the beginning.- Went in for my annual PAP today and saw a nurse practitioner. They did an internal ultrasound again and only found that I'm in mid-cycle and there's an egg in my right ovary. I was given an answer which was, maybe the egg is pushing on your ovary which is putting pressure on my bladder. The recommendation is to deal with things for a couple weeks and if things haven't improved, then make an appointment with the OB doctor.By indicating all these symptoms, is there possibly an answer out there?
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