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Enough with the riots, can we talk about my fanjo?

(13 Posts)
MeInDisguise Wed 10-Aug-11 13:46:56

Name change test as I remember UCM and feel a bit blush

IslaValargeone Wed 10-Aug-11 13:47:46

I'm listening.

Dumbledoresgirl Wed 10-Aug-11 13:47:55

At last, a serious subject! wink

Fire away.

Mumswang Wed 10-Aug-11 13:55:20

At last! Something we can all get stuck into!


Cantgetnopeace Wed 10-Aug-11 13:58:49

So what's the fanjo problem? It's not a DIY vajazzling problem is it? grin

violetwellies Wed 10-Aug-11 14:03:27

If you've got your pubes caught in your zip, learn from this stop going commando

MeInDisguise Wed 10-Aug-11 14:31:57

OK, things are not right down below (whispers behind hand like my mother).

As MN are fanjo experts, can anyone give an opinion or advice?

Have dragging feeling in top of vagina
Feel discomfort/pain at the end of a pee
Feel need to pee frequently, but not stingy like UTI
3 vaginal deliveries but not recently
42 - and periods regular, so not meopausal I think
Can do pelvic floor thingies and stop mid pee
Also - have hypermobility which may not seem relevant , but affect ligaments that hold pelvis together.
Also have weird cervix that is v inaccessible and means smear tests are tricky and labour has to be induced.
Have been using mooncup successfully, but have to give a good push to break the vauum

I am a bit worried that something has prolapsed - seems like lots of different types sad. I cannot feel anything odd when I investigate - but am no expert.

Am seeing doc this pm, but feel really fed up about this.

You lot know more than Dh about me now!

MeInDisguise Wed 10-Aug-11 14:32:28

sorry - was not trying to build dramatic tension - a mate turned up!

MeInDisguise Wed 10-Aug-11 14:50:24

ahem, I am back and attention seeking

Larold Wed 10-Aug-11 15:32:44

sounds like it could be cystitis. You should drink loads of water and maybe take some Cymalon or something similar. It usually works for me.

Dumbledoresgirl Wed 10-Aug-11 15:50:01

Ditto the suggestion of cystitis, as someone who knows far more about it than I wish I did.

You don't have to have all the symptoms commonly listed under cystitis for it to be present, so the fact that weeing does not sting doesn't mean it isn't cystitis (though you say it hurts at the end of the wee? so it does sting then!)

Glad you are seeing a doctor today. If I were you, I would take a sample along with me as they are bound to ask you for one and it is nicer weeing in your own home rather than at the doctor's, on demand. Good luck.

MeInDisguise Wed 10-Aug-11 16:17:15

Thanks! Cannot find a suitable container. Frootshoot perhaps, so will not doubt need to pee over own hand in cubicle.

Would be great if just cystitis , dh and I did have some exuberant nookie at the weekend, but was concerned innards falling out.

Really does not feel stingy, but hurts a bit. Hard to describe.

MeInDisguise Wed 10-Aug-11 17:08:44

Am back. No infection.

Back next week to see nurse with speculum. Fabulous

<<practices pelvic floor squeezes>>

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