I'm 25 F and I've not yet had sexual intercourse with a man, but I have been using sex toys for about 3 or 4 years now. I have not been using penetrative toys very frequently, but a lot of the time that I have used them, they were more painful than pleasurable (which is why I didn't like them). Lubrication was never the issue, more like I feel a burning sensation from the actual movement and presence of the toy inside me.
But my true problem started about 5 days ago. I used a penetrative toy for 2 days in a row. The very first day after I was done using it, during which I surprisingly had no significant pain, I went to pee and out of nowhere the pain that I felt was literally BURNING like a flame, and I could not tell if it was coming from my urethra or my vagina. I thought my vagina was just sore from not enduring any penetration in a long time, so I didn't think much of it, and the pain slowly subsided throughout the rest of the day. I used the toy again the next day, and I could tell the area was sore, so I didn't use it as long. The very next day, my problems started: burning sensation during urination (especially at the end of urinating), a feeling of urgency to urinate that never stops and keeps me sat on the toilet for a long time, feeling like my bladder is always bursting etc. The first two days I only felt it in my urethra, and since then (this is day 5) I feel a general sense of discomfort and almost like period-like cramps in my bladder or uterine area (I am not sure). The thing is I can be fine for the most of the day, with only a slight discomfort in the urethra when I urinate (not even every time I do), and then at some point, usually at night, and especially if I've been sat for a while and not been drinking as much, I get overwhelmed by a sense of urgency and run to the toilet with almost nothing coming out of my bladder and just a lot of burning pain. I have to force myself to go sit down in my chair again, ignoring the feeling, and struggle for an hour or two before the pain goes away, otherwise I just keep going to the toilet and the pain keeps getting worse, but holding it in when I have nothing left to pee out and suffering in silence is the only thing that gets it to calm down again and almost feel perfectly normal after a while. I also feel discomfort, slight itchiness and pain inside my vagina, around the inside of the opening itself.
I contacted my doctor, the lab did a urine analysis and found absolutely nothing, no bacteria or fungus. She told me to take an antibiotic just in case, which I'm not fond of unless there's absolutely a need for it, and told me if it doesn't get better by next week, I'm going to have to see a gynecologist. I've never been to a gynecologist except for one ovary ultrasound years ago that happened through my tummy anyway due to me being a virgin, to check for PCOS which I don't have, so I have no idea what to expect or think. After doing thorough research on the internet and given the fact my very limited experience with penetration has resulted in pain most of the time, I thought maybe pelvic floor dysfunction is something I might have. Does this sound like it could be it?
I'm going off of these facts: 1. painful penetration most of the time, even if I'm being gentle, careful and have enough lubrication (besides, it's just me, so I am relaxed), 2. the burning urethra has only started happening now, for the first time in my life, after using a penetrative toy for the first time in a very long time, 3. they found nothing weird in my urine, 4. the pain isn't always there, it only happens if I've been sitting for a long time and/or not drinking enough, 5. holding it in and waiting makes the pain subside. I've also noticed pressing my hand against my genital area and just keeping pressure seems to help, but that might be placebo.
I am so tired because I've been getting 5-6 hours of sleep a night. I literally pass out because I'm so tired while waiting for the pain go away as it's usually there only by night, and then wake up for no reason way too soon, usually to a painless existence. And then the night comes at some point.
Any help and pointers greatly appreciated.