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Does a tingling sensation in the bladder area indicate UTI ?

hi....a couple days ago i started experiencing a heat like symptom outside my vagina would come and go with no smelly discharge or itch or pain....however, today i started experiencing a tingly sensation by my bladder area so im thinking its probably a urinary tract infection....i havent had sex in almost a month and the last time i did i used protection...could anyone please help....or advise
Asked On : Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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This could be a urinary tract infection. This can be made sure by urine routine microscopy and culture and sensitivity Visit your doctor soon and this may need a course of antibiotics.
Answered: Thu, 17 Mar 2011
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Dear, this may or may not be a UTI (urinary tract infection). Is there burning in urine or hematuria (blood in urine), or pus in urine? Drink a lot of water & consult your gynecologist ASAP. You may require urine tests as suggested by Dr Vidya, & antibiotics.
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