Pain In The Vagina Accompanied By Bleeding When Urinating?
Hello goodnight, I am a 19-year-old woman in the past few weeks, I have experienced complaints of pain or aching in my clitoris when I urinate. And last month I also experienced a strange menstruation that only came out maybe 4-5 drops per day for 1 week. What’s the solution? Is there a medicine that I should buy? I did not have time to go to the doctor because my work schedule is quite solid. Thank you
Waalaikumussalaam Wr. Wb.
Hello Devifebrzky, thank you for using HealthReplies.com consulting services.
Pain in the genital area and sometimes accompanied by blood can occur in several conditions or diseases, including:
Urinary tract infections, which are infections that can be caused by bacteria, viruses, or fungi. This is more common in women than in men, because of the shorter urethral structure of women. Irritation of the skin of the genital area, can occur due to abrasions during intercourse, due to masturbation, or the wrong way when washing genitals Abnormal uterine bleeding, can be caused by hormonal abnormalities, the presence of cysts in the uterus, etc. Sexually transmitted infections etc. To find out which treatment according to your condition, you need to make sure the cause of your condition first. If your symptoms have often recurred, or have not improved in a few days, I recommend that you immediately consult a general practitioner or obstetrician and gynecologist, so that a more complete examination and appropriate treatment.
As for some things you can do at home, including:
Wash genitals after urinating or defecating in the right way, that is, in one direction, from front to back, not vice versa or both directions. This can prevent the transfer of germs from the anus to the urinary tract. Consuming lots of water, and not often holding back urine Avoiding stress Avoiding sex or masturbating in extreme ways. If the pain you feel really interferes with your activity or rest, you can take anti-pain drugs bearing the green logo (sold freely in pharmacies) with a dose and The rules of use are as stated on the packaging. So, hopefully it can help.