Ara818 Posted April 17 Share Posted April 17 (edited) I have been having vaginal issues for over a year now. Right after the assault I had symptoms of something happening. I did a Juno Bio test a few months ago which showed ureplasma,bv causing bacteria and other intrusive bacteria. Nobody was much help and was only told to go to reddit for answers on ureplasma from Juno Bio. My pcp also wouldn't give me the reccomended antibiotics for ureplasma on reddit. So I had to use push health. The nurse from Push told me to retest after a month and depending on the results of the vaginal microbiome test she would reccomend me to an infectious disease doctor. I am still not having a normal menstrual cycle, and this issue also started the same month I got assaulted and ever since then it's been absent periods for months. I have vaginal pain,and sometimes it feels like my vagina is dropping out. TMI sorry. Also when I have to swab myself for Evvy/Juno test or doctor test I get this horrible pain on my buttock area. It feels so uncomfortable. I have talked to my pcp and gyno about this but as I said before my gyno was useless as she just rode off all my issues to bv and said I would have this for life. My pcp has been more helpful and I'm grateful for the minor help she has provided.But still I am in pain everyday. Has anyone had any similar problems? I have been trying to do pelvic floor exercises at home as on reddit people said an active ureplasma infection causing symptoms weakens your pelvic floor. It's been hard to because I can't keep a job down I keep having mental breakdowns and mainly cause of all the physical pain down there as well as other symptoms.Since my assault happened in Atlanta Georgia I am not saying everyone is dirty there but the guy who hurt me for sure was. I know Atl is a high risk population should I try to get the reccomended antibiotics for after rape. On some of the bacteria I had it seemed to cause digestive issues,reccurent vaginal infections,(bv,uti,yeast)I couldn't find much on the strains but I did read articles of women and men with some of the same strains and they needed some penicillin medicine to eradicate it. Only problem is these bacterias don't seem to be tested for normally so it takes special testing. Also just cause I forgot to mention, I just retested with evvy today as I saw that they do the same as Juno bio but they can at least tell me which antibiotics to take. What would you do in my situation? Edited April 17 by Ara818 Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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