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What causes pain while urinating? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 23-Jul-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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User:i am having pain while urinating. I am 34 yrs old female
Doctor:Please describe your symptoms in detail.
User:i am having pain near my urethra/ vagina.
User:urgency to urinate is also there
User:no fever though..
Doctor:Do you have any other symptoms?
User:such as ?
Doctor:Burning during urination
Doctor:pain in abdomen
User:lower abdomen
Doctor:It seems like a urinary infection or inflammation
User:what do you recommend?
Doctor:I would suggest that you go for complete urine examination, culture and sensitivity
Doctor:Since you do not have fever, chances of infection are less but we still need to be sure
User:what could have caused this
Doctor:If bacteria show up in tests, you will need antibiotics
Doctor:antibiotic will be decided by the report of sensitivity
Doctor:Go for the urine test early morning
User:how long would it take to get results
Doctor:the first urine that you will pass in morning should go for test
Doctor:culture and sensitivity take 2 - 3 days
Doctor:urine examination report you will get in a short time
User:thank you
Doctor:Thanks for consulting me
User:Thank you and bye
Doctor:Take care
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