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Pain and tingling while urination. Mild vaginal bleeding while urination. Difficulty in urination. What is causing these?

I ve been experiencing pain that last for roughly 5 seconds at my urethral meatus during the last few drops of urine . I ve also noticed that I have a bloody-like vaginal discharge after I pee and only then, and it is not my time of the month. Sometimes after peeing, I still feel the tingling urge of needing to go again. And also, on some occasions, I have to run to the bathroom as the need to pee becomes intense only to come up with a little urine.
Asked On : Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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HIV AIDS Specialist 's  Response
Welcome to HCM.

It seems you are having some urinary tract infection or some minor injury of your genital tract.
You have to consult a gynecologist or a physician immediately for a thorough genital examination to rule out any minor sexual trauma and your urine has to be analysed in the medical laboratory for the presence of pus cells, any other abnormalities and culture and sensitivity examination. According to the outcome the treatment has to be planned.
If your physician feels a ultra sound examination also may be necessary.

So consult a doctor as soon as possible and get well soon.
Dr S.Murugan
Answered: Wed, 16 Jan 2013
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