If you have any of the following
symptoms, evaluate those symptoms first.
- You are pregnant or think you might be pregnant: Go to the topic
- You have
symptoms of a sexually transmitted disease (STD): Go
to the topic
Exposure to Sexually Transmitted Diseases.
- Do not have sex until you have been treated
by your doctor.
- Your partner or partners may need to be evaluated
and possibly treated as well.
- Burning with urination, frequent urination, or
flank pain: Go to the topic
Urinary Problems, Age 12 and Older.
If you plan to see a doctor, do not douche, use
vaginal creams or suppositories, or have sex for 48 hours before your
Do you have pelvic or lower abdominal pain with other symptoms?
Do you think your vaginal symptoms may be caused by sexual abuse?
Do you have a rash, sore, blister, or lump in your vaginal area?
Do you have vaginal itching or a change in your vaginal discharge?
Do you think you have a vaginal infection?
Do you think your vaginal symptoms may be caused by a medicine?
Do you feel a bulging into your vagina or increased pelvic pressure with movement?
Do you have pain or bleeding with sex?
Are you unable to remove an object from your vagina?
Do you have vaginal symptoms that have not improved with treatment?