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Pelvic Pain

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About 2.5 months ago I got my first UTI. Was put on 3 courses of antibiotics until the right one worked. After about a month and a half I began noticing pelvic pain (seemed like ovary pain that radiated down my inner thigh at first). I would sometimes feel burning urethral sensations AFTER urinating and in the mornings I would wake up cramping until I emptied my bladder. I've had a papsmear done, I've been tested for all the STDs, UTIs, BV, any bacteria really that could be within my urine. I've had bloodwork done as well. All is normal! Currently I am getting cramps when it is not my time of the month and either orangey discharge or white discharge (not gunky but definitely thicker than normal). There is a new urine smell, but it's not fishy. I've seen several GPs, and a gynaecologist. No help. My next option is a urologist, but I just wanted to see if anyone had any idea what's going on? Please any advice would be great!
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973741 tn?1342342773
Hm. honstely, I don't have any idea.  I'm pretty good with these types of problems but this stumps me a bit.  Do they think it is related to your urinary tract or reproductive tract? The discharge colors make me think that it is reproductive tract related. It sounds like you have had the full court press checking you out and haven't found any of the usual causes. What about trich?  I'm sure they tested you for it but ??  https://www.healthline.com/health/orange-discharge  Orange discharge is very often going to be linked to some sort of vaginal infection.   According to the chart in this article, https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/322232#what-is-vaginal-discharge, it states that it is related to cervicle bleeding or vaginal irritation. But I don't know.  I would have sent you to a gyno but that's one of the docs you've seen.  So yes, go to a urologist. I hope you come back and let us know what is going on!
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134578 tn?1642048000
Did your ob/gyn order an abdominal MRI?
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