So sorry to hear about all of these problems and I recommend you discuss this questions with your doctors
">doctor. It is interesting that all of these problems are happening at the same time, or at least close to each other, and so doctors will often look for a unifying cause or diagnosis. This technique of looking for a single unifying diagnosis is known as Occam's razor. This could be some sort of systemic illness
, some new medication that you have started, some environmental exposure, or any number of different possibilities. Alternatively, a patient can have as many different diagnosis as needed, as sometimes a unifying diagnosis is not the correct explanation. This is known by some as Hickam's dictum. In your case, one example of this could be having a vaginal infection and then having some sort of environmental exposure that is causing your other symptoms. It is obviously impossible to tell without more information, and so you will need to keep working with your doctor. Unfortunately, sometimes doctors arrive at conclusions with the help of time if they feel that there is nothing more serious that is causing symptoms. This is because small things tend to improve with time, and things that are more serious declare themselves. Again, please discuss these questions with your doctor.