hi im 17 years old (female). whenipee a majority of it is visible blood . i constantly have urges to urinate but all s i see is blood. its extremely uncomfortable. i had unprotected sex about a week ago ...
to the bathroom. But whenI peed only a littlebit came out and there was a lot of pressure on my clitoris/ urethra area. It hurts during but not after Ipee. It seems like every minute I have a full bladder ...
after sex without protection i went to pee and there was white liquid coming from my vagin why is it so? my boyfriend told me he think he didnt ejaculate in me.is there a possibility that i get pregnant? ...
when it feels like i have to pee, only a littlebitcomesout .. Wheni wipe my vagina it's like a reddish pink color, it feels so irriated and uncomfortable .
Thanks for the query
It looks like you are suffering from a urinary tract infection. Please approach a physician for Urine routine, culture and ultra sound KUB. It is easily treatable with antibiotics like levofloxacin for 7 days.
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I've tried having sex several times but it never went in, yesterday I tried and it went in and I bled, now i go toilet and wipe, a littlebit of bloodcomesout
It is not unusual to bleed a little after a first sexual encounter. This is most likely because of rupture of your hymen, a membrane that forms across the entrance to the vagina which is torn when you first have sexual intercourse.
Hello. Why does my private burn & feel uncomfortable whenIpee a littlebit? It happens rarely.
Burning and discomfort while urination is usually related on infection. The seriousness of this concern depend on the duration of symptoms, presence of other symptoms.
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