22 Apr 2011
Are you sure you dont have a vaginal infection? Vaginal infections can irritate the urethra and urinary meatus (the opening to the bladder) and cause burning upon urination but the bladder itself is not infected. You need to be evaluated and give a UA specimen. A UTI should not cause swelling of the labial tissues(vaginal lips)
23 Apr 2011
em, is 65 your age if I may be so bold as to ask? If so you could be experiencing vaginal dryness & thinning of the tissues. You need to see your gyn or whomever you see to properly diagnose this problem.As DzooBaby stated, you need a urinary culture done.The labia may be unrelated or coinciding condition. Only a doctor can diagnose this properly...
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