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How can a burning sensation in the vagina during urination be treated?

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MY WIFE JUST CALL ME FOR THE PAST TWO WEEKS SHE HAS A PAIN IN HAIR VIRGINA WHEN SHE URINE. STOPS AFTER URINATING , SHE JUST HAD HER FIRST SEX WITH ME LAST THREE WEEKS. SHE FEELS HEALTHY BUT ONLY THAT SHE EXPERIENCE THIS PAINS WHEN URINATING WHAT MIGHT BE THE CAUSE
Posted Mon, 7 May 2012 in Vaginal and Uterus Health
 
 
Answered by Dr. Rajinder Bajoria 25 minutes later
Hi

Thanks for your query.

Your wife probable has infection, commonly known as honey moon cystitis. In honey moon cystitis during intercourse infection takes place that spread to urinary bladder.

As untreated infection goes on increasing causing sign & symptoms. Most common sign is increased frequency of micturition & burning during micturition.

So her urine needs to be tested for pus cells & urine for culture & sensitivity. Depending upon the urine report she should be treated.

In the mean time she should take plenty of liquids to dilute the urine & infection. She will get some relief from taking plenty of liquids.

Hope I have answered your query, I will be available to answer your follow up queries.
Wish you Good Health and speedy recovery.
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