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Pain in the opening of urethra and also having constipation

greetings, iam 34yrs.and since last week i am having pain in the opening of urethra but dont have any burning sensation in urine... also i urinate frequently alot and especially at the midnight my bladder gets full.also have tightness in vagina and constipation which due to that i have fullness in my bowel and pain. please kindly advise as i have done my UTI and other tests and results are negative.and also i drink a lot of water due to this. thanx
Asked On : Tue, 24 May 2011
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It seems that there may be slight infection or bruise at the site of urethral opening causing pain while starting of urination
You examine by your self by seeing any soreness or bruise at urethral opening.
You apply antibiotic cream locally.
Take plenty of water.
ok and bye.
Answered: Wed, 25 May 2011
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