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Hurting sensation in the vaginal area after passing urine. On plenty of fluid not helping. Worried

Hi there, since monday morning i went to the loo at work and the tip of my virgina and the whole front hurt where your pubic hair is, i pee only a little, my right hand side near my pubic hair is hurting to. I had to come home from work on monday and i have not been back since, i can't sleep and can't seem to eat right but i am drinking plenty of fluids, i generly feel unwell with this. Please help what can i do?
Asked On : Sat, 30 Mar 2013
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Based on your description it does sound like you are suffering from a urinary tract infection (UTI) which has symptoms like: frequent urination, burning sensation while urinating, vaginal discharge, less amount of urine passed, blood in urine (rare); etc. Please note that not all symptoms need to be present.

The next step would be to visit a doctor and get your urine analysed. Once an infection is confirmed your doctor will prescribe a course of antibiotics and pain management medication (if required). Based on your presentation and urine report a urine alkalizer may also be added to your regimen.

In the meantime, please continue drinking plenty of water.

Hope this helps.

Take care.
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