6 weeks ago I was suffering with a chest infection and was given antibiotics. My chest infection went but the day after I finished the antibiotics my visits to the toilet were getting more frequent to the point where I just had to sit in the toilet all the time to urinate (small amounts)! I just couldnít hold it. I was also suffering with burning and itching around my vulva area Ė with my urinary opening being particularly sensitive and feeling inflamed. I didnít have any pain or a temperature though. I went to the doctor who did a dipstick test which showed bacteria and gave me Canestan thrush cream and a suppository, along with more antibiotics for the supposedly U.T.I. I had a allergic reaction to the Canestan pessary which was awful so decided not to use the cream on my external parts. The antibiotics or the Canestan pessary reduced the visits to the loo but still left me with the feeling of wanting to go but I could hold it better. Been to the doctor this week who prescribed me more antibiotics for a U.T.I and who did another dipstick test which showed it was pretty normal Ė the colour on the dipstick just slightly changed. The antibiotics have, unfortunately not helped at all Ė I still have the dreadful burning, the itching and the feeling of wanting to urinate all the time. I do feel wet down below too. I also noticed the other day that my labia lips are slightly swollen too. To me, because the antibiotics havenít cleared up whatever it is, I donít think it is a U.T.I. Due to the itching and burning and inflamed urinary opening and the constant feeling of wanting to urinate, I think it is a yeast infection? Or some sort of problem with yeast? (especially directly after having taken antibiotics). Problem is when I went to my doctor for the first batch of antibiotics (about a month ago), my yeast test was negative?? Although I know doctors only test for certain yeast infections? I am at my witís end. I feel so depressed. I want to get this cleared up!!! BTW, I am a healthy 39 year old female who hasnít had children. Please help me!