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    I am wondering if anyone has a sensitivity to pyridium? My flair started Saturday a.m.-The worse I have had in years!!!!I thought I was peeing razors-so I am taking my pyridium and I think that my vaginal area is extremely senstive to the med?
    Thanks Dorothy

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    It's possible. Some people have posted that they felt pyridium is a problem. It has always helped me, but that's not to say it will work for everyone.

    Donna
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      Well, for me pyridium is a double edge sword. Yes, it helps numb my bladder and it does stop that 'have to go all the time' feeling. But, it also increases the burning feeling a bit. So, yes, I take it when I need it but I also try to avoid it when I can. Besides, it freaks me out to pee orange and stain my toilet.
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