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Pain in the vagina while urination. No blood and odor. Due to dehydration or alcohol consumption?

I have pain in my vagina only when I pee, but because it hurts only a little bit of pee comes out which makes me need to go quite frequently, there is no blood , my urine does not smell bad and is not cloudy. I also have no pain whilst standing or sitting unless I m peeing, may it be from lack of water or from alcohol? what could it be and should I be really worried? please help!
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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Welcome to HCM.

Are you have your pain really over vagina or vulva or inside urethra? You just confirm the same. It does matter regarding the management.

Possibilities are:
1. Urinary tract infection or urethritis-- Do examine your urine for deposits and look for abnormalities. If Excess pus cells or RBCS go with culture and sensitivity and get treated for the same.
2. If you have yeast infection or any other ulcers or inflammation of your vulva or vagina you will have pain during the urine dribble over the same.-- Go to your gynecologist and get examined and get treatment accordingly.
3. If your urine contains excessive calcium oxalate crystals and when it gets deposited over your vulva if not washed properly and it may cause vulvodynia-- Clean with 1% soda bicarb solution and wash thoroughly, you will get relieved.
You better consult your gynecologist and go accordingly.
Get well soon.
Answered: Tue, 18 Sep 2012
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