2. Pain During Urination
Just as you might find that you experience pain during sex, you will also find that urination may be painful. This is something that can be a useful clue if there are no visible symptoms at that point.
Some women will write pain during urination off as being not a big deal. However, it’s important to always focus on this symptom and never to accept it as normal.
Yeast lives in the walls of the vagina and this is what leads to inflammation. If this occurs higher up, then you may not have any visible symptoms but can still experience pain when something comes into contact with the region – which is why both sex and urination can be uncomfortable.
Again, this might also point to a range of other conditions, however, including UTI.