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Passing stool frequently. Vagina gets hurt, have burning sensation, painful. What is wrong?

I've been peeing a lot almost every 20 minutes or so and I haven't been drinking a lot of water today or any kinds of fluid well when I pee it hurts my vigina either it feels like its burning or as if I'm pushing something out! It's very painful and everytime I try pushing nothing comes out and very little blood comes out and I feel very nauseas after. What's wrong with me?
Asked On : Wed, 3 Apr 2013
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Welcome to healthcare magic.
There are a number of possible diagnoses that need to be excluded in your case, number one being a urinary tract infection. A urine detailed report ( lab test) is likely to confirm this diagnosis. Other possibilities could be diabetes, stones, early pregnancy etc.
If you are late for your periods do a pregnancy test. Other wise the above mentioned test will give you important clues to the other possible diagnoses.
You should drink plenty of water & see a doctor with the report.
Wish you good health.
Answered: Mon, 8 Jul 2013
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