There is a name for this symptom: vulvodynia. I encourage you to Google a good forum or information page on this topic. There is no one opinion in the medicine what might cause it. I encourage you to explore following possibilities:
- hormones (it could be not only that you lack estrogen, but it could be that you have not enough testosteron in the tissue locally due to high shbg. )
- persistent virus infection without lesions
- sensitivity to oxalates
- yeast sensitivity
- mycoplasma infection (however this should not produce burning pain)
- issues with pudendus nerv or inflammation in the lower back, the nerv is effected and generates pain (especially if it is burning like pain)
- just another symptom of Lyme / Bartonella
I can ensure you that this GOES AWAY at certain point! You just don't know will you have it two weeks, two months or longer.
If everything is checked and you don't think that this is yeast or infection, you can try tricyclic antidepressants.
It is not an easy way to get read of this symptom, but as I wrote to you it will eventually get better.
Try antihistamines, also in combination with ibuprofen, low inflammatory diet, yeast diet etc. There are a lot of tools to cope and with time you will find what works for you!
Post Edited (Penguin77) : 1/14/2020 1:53:13 PM (GMT-7)