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Burning sensation in the genital area. Constant urge to urinate with mild bleeding. What is happening?

Hi I just recently earlier today experienced an uncomfortable feeling down there and it started to feel like a burning sensation. It felt a lot like a UTI or some kind of yeast infection , but I constantly feel the need to pee but when i do it burns really bad and hurts, and also a little blood came out. What is wrong with me?
Asked On : Fri, 22 Feb 2013
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Your symptoms are indicative that you have developed UTI infection. Visit an emergency room and get your vaginal swap tests done, urine test ( routine and culture ) and blood test to rule out STD.

Infection with E.Coli generally results in burning sensation, increases the frequency of urination, it can cause fever lately as the infection gets more concentrated. When infection spreads in the bladder or kidney, blood/pus cells may be seen in urine.

You are in need of medical attention get diagnosed and treated well. Take plenty of water to flush out the toxic effects from the body. Norfloxacin tabs can do you good.

Avoid un-protected sex, maintain hygiene, wear lose cotton dresses. Take care.
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