... day. After a few days of use I am having pain and cramping in the bladder. Could the Clobetasol have migrated to the bladder and be causing the pain?
1 Oct 2010
I was not sure what fissures were or what the cause was. I did some research. The balance of the vagina could be upset by dryness. Typically this is caused by low estrogen levels. In this case a hormonal cream is prescribed. Your dr. gave you a corticosteroid, or topical steroid.
If you have bladder pain and cramping I would say your urethra is infected due to the upset of the vaginal environment. An infection of the urethra leads to urinary infection. Go back to your dr.
Bladder infections don't go away on their own, you will need antibiotics and possibly a hormonal cream instead of the steroid cream. Sable
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