Management Of Pain In The Vagina During Urinating?
Tonight I want to ask, if the pain in the female genitalia (aged 51 years) initially urinate pain, but until 2 weeks have not healed well, how do you? Do you have to see a specialist skin and genitals or from the womb ??
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Pain when urinating can be caused by various causes. Among them are: Urinary tract infections, this infection is caused by E. coli bacteria which makes pain when urinating, usually someone who suffers from this disease has complaints such as urinary incontinence, lower stomach pain when urinating, burning sensation and pain in the vaginal area when urinating, the color of urine is dark, smelly and sometimes accompanied by blood, and fever to chills. The next cause is infection of the vagina, can be caused by bacteria or fungi that overgrow in the vaginal area, in this condition complaints can be burning and heat during urination, sometimes accompanied by unpleasant vaginal odor. Other causes can also be due to kidney stones and pelvic inflammatory disease. But to be more sure you should check your condition directly to the doctor to be thoroughly examined, and if needed the doctor will conduct further examinations such as urine sampling, abdominal ultrasound to X-Ray. If you want to check the complaint with a specialist who handles urinary tract infections, you can visit a Urologist.
Here are some things you can do at home to reduce urinary pain that is felt: drink plenty of water at least 2L per day to help with urine output. try not to hold back urine and keep the vaginal area clean.
If complaints do not diminish, there is a high fever, red urine, severe pain in the pelvis, you should immediately consult a doctor.
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