I don’t think I’ve ever ‘felt’ inflammation exactly. Not that it’s a silly question, someone recently said that not asking questions is silly.
There’s probably no reason why you shouldn’t feel inflammatory activity while it’s happening. And maybe like Carole, you’ve got feelings that actually are the inflammation in action.
With regard to your drug questions though, Amitriptyline could help the shooting pains in your ladies bits, and with burning pains in general (that’s what I take it for), but probably not the spasms. Spasms and spasticity are a different thing to the burny, shooty type of pain. They need some kind of muscle relaxant to stop them. The problem with muscle relaxants is that too much and your muscles might not have enough firmness to do their job properly.
So you could try Baclofen for the spasms, just on a very low dose to begin with, to see how they work and whether there’s any unwanted weakness.
And equally, Amitriptyline is a brilliant drug for the burning type things (I can’t imagine how horrible it is in your ladies area!). Again, you need to start slowly on the dosage and take it in the evenings, but not to late because some people have a nasty ‘hangover’ the next morning.
I take both drugs, and have done quite successfully for some years. From time to time, I still get spasms and burning type pains, but I just take more drugs to sort these out, and generally they do, even if it takes a little while. For me, prevention is better than curing the symptoms once they start.