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Pain while urinating. Having periods. UTI or vaginal infection?

About a week ago I was having some slight pain/discomfort when urinating. I had had a UTI before and so I figured that was what it was. I went to an urgent care center and they gave me a 3 day dose of ciprofloxacin . The discomfort of urinating has mostly subsided but i still have some discomfort. The skin around my urethra is also somewhat tender. I am wondering if this is still a UTI or if it could be some kind of vaginal infection. Currently I have my period, is it possible to go to my gynecologist and get this figured out while I have my period or should I wait until after my period is over?
Asked On : Sat, 12 Jan 2013
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From history it seems that you are having Urinary tract infection.
As you feel better with antibiotic, continue 2 days more this antibiotic.
This will help clearing vaginal infection if it is there.
Keep local part clean and hygienic during period.
Take plenty of water.
Ok and take care.
Answered: Sat, 4 Jan 2014
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