Our expert says:
This sounds like a very complex problem which will not be able to be sorted out over the screen. Further treatment will really require that you be examined and fully assessed in terms of tests of bladder function. Try and see a urogynaecologist if there is one in your area. The pain with intercourse once again will depend on the reason, which can only really be determined by examining you. One thing that may help a bit is oestrogen cream. If you are menopausal, the vaginal lining often thins out and this can cause pain with intercourse.
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