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Will Bumps & Difficulty In Urination Is Caused Due To UTI?

Okay. I ve been having alot of trouble peeing. It s been hard and it burns very badley. I m notice these bumps I ve been getting. Theyre like pimples and I have about six or seven of them? I went the hospital today and the said I have a UTI can the bumps be related?
Mon, 31 Aug 2020
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Hi,

If you have mentioned where the bumps are situated exactly and the nature of the bumps more accurate answer might have been possible. Anyhow, if the bumps are situated near the urethra, sometimes they may be related to genital and/or urinary tract infection. Bumps associated with symptoms like vaginal discharge, itching, burning, etc. indicates the possibility of genital infection. Bumps without all the symptoms can be due to folliculitis or some other cause which may not be related to urinary tract infection.

Steps that can help in treating urinary tract infection are:
- Taking plenty of oral fluids
- Avoiding holding the urine for long periods
- Using systemic antibiotics.

So by following these general measures and your doctor's advise the problem can be solved.

Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Regards,
Dr. Sree Gouri S. R., OBGYN
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Will Bumps & Difficulty In Urination Is Caused Due To UTI?

Hi, If you have mentioned where the bumps are situated exactly and the nature of the bumps more accurate answer might have been possible. Anyhow, if the bumps are situated near the urethra, sometimes they may be related to genital and/or urinary tract infection. Bumps associated with symptoms like vaginal discharge, itching, burning, etc. indicates the possibility of genital infection. Bumps without all the symptoms can be due to folliculitis or some other cause which may not be related to urinary tract infection. Steps that can help in treating urinary tract infection are: - Taking plenty of oral fluids - Avoiding holding the urine for long periods - Using systemic antibiotics. So by following these general measures and your doctor s advise the problem can be solved. Take care. Hope I have answered your question. Let me know if I can assist you further. Regards, Dr. Sree Gouri S. R., OBGYN