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Pain while urinating, bleeding after getting fingered. What to do?

I got fingered by my boyfriend 2 days ago. .. I noticed the next day that after I peed it hurt like crazy, and that I could only pee very little . I also noticed blood after cleaning up . for these 2-3 days everytime i pee few drops of blood come out and pains.. what to do now I m really worried about this! I do not have time to go see a doctor or gynecologist . Nor do I wish to speak to my parents about it! plzz reply soon
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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thanks for using health care magic.
Its most probable you have a urinary tract infection.
Sexual intercourse be it by fingering predisposes to
urinary tract infections due to the proximity of the
vagina to the urethral orifice.
What you need is to do a urine analysis and culture for
specific antibiotics or be put on empiric antibiotics such as
ciprofloxacin or cotrimoxazole and observe evolution.
All these your doctor should do including the follow up.
Best regards and hope this helps you.
Dr Achuo
Answered: Mon, 1 Apr 2013
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