Hello, Urinary tract infections (UTIs) are one of the leading causes of painful urination. Infections can occur in any part of the urinary tract, Besides painful urination, other symptoms of UTI include:Fever, Foul or stronger-smelling urine, Cloudy or bloody urine, "Increased urinary frequency or urge to urinate".
Sometimes painful urination can be related to a vaginal infection, such as a yeast infection. With vaginal infections, you may also expect changes in vaginal discharge and odor.
If there is abnormal vaginal discharge or abnormal odor, then you need to be treated for vaginal infection, consult a gynecologist for that.
If vaginal discharge or odor is normal then it's only UTI, then you need to be started on antibiotics for UTI consult a general physician for that.
Both conditions can be treated easily with tablets, you need not worry.
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