Vaginal Aches Accompanied By Urination Only Come Out A Little?
Good morning, just go straight to morning, stgh 5, I woke up to urinate directly …, and that time my vagina was aching and the urine was a little … counted already 5 times I peed a little, the pain disappeared after a pee interval 1 minutes in pain again … guess why ?? ask for a solution
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The pain that you feel especially in the female area is very uncomfortable, the situation can be caused by several things including:
irritation from contact with certain chemicals found in sanitary napkins, pantyliners, feminine cleaners, soaps, etc. bacterial vaginosis / bacterial infection of the vagina vaginal candidiasis / infection due to fungal urinary tract infections sexually transmitted diseases vaginitis (inflammation of the vagina) and many others From the symptoms that you experience, a disturbance in your urine, it could be possible vaginal pain that you experience is the pain because your urination is disrupted, in other words you are actually experiencing a urinary tract infection that causes pain in the area around the urinary tract and also in the female area.
Urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that attacks the urinary tract consisting of kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra. Women have a higher risk of urinary tract infections than men. This is because a woman's urethra is shorter and the distance of the anus-urethra is closer so that bacteria easily move and urinate infect the urethra. Symptoms that arise and often occur are:
frequent urination, but the urine that comes out only slightly awake at night to urinate there is pain, stinging, or painful when urinating urine / urine smells unpleasant and slightly turbid / reddish lower abdomen feels heavy / painful pain in the lower back or side feel fatigue, fever and chills The complaints that you feel, of course, can only be ascertained by the disease and its causes by examining your body, therefore you should consult directly with your doctor so that he can conduct a medical interview and physical examination for you. It may be possible to do additional tests on yourself such as laboratory tests of blood or laboratory tests on your urine, or there are additions such as ultrasound examination of your stomach.
To prevent complaints from getting worse, in addition to scheduling a check, you can do simple things yourself at home such as:
if you already want to urinate, try not to hold it to drink lots of water to expel your urine and increase urine production so that bacteria can be discharged from the body through your urine always urinate before and after sexual intercourse, flush the vagina from the front to the back to minimize transfer of bacteria from the anus to the vagina, keep the female area always dry, and try to wear clothing made of cotton, so that your feminine area is kept moist, avoid using intimate organ cleaners that can irritate your female area, consider using condoms, or similar contraceptive devices that can trigger growth bacteria and infect your female area. So that we can convey, hopefully useful. Thank you