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Pain in clitoris
Every time i urinate it feels like my clitoris is gonna explode, there is very sharp pain for a minute in the clitoria area and lower abdomen. The pain is extreme but subsides in minutes. Mild pain remains in adbomen even after urination.
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Your symptoms are suggestive of urinary tract infection. I would advise you to do a urine routine examination by which the diagnosis can be confirmed. You will require antibiotics, antacids and alkalyzing agent. If the urine routine comes normal, you'll need to meet a gynecologist so that you can be examined and undergo investigations to find the underlying cause of the problem and have it treated accordingly. These following steps may help your situation: - Stay hydrated, drink 3 liters of water per day - Apply a hot water bag over the abdomen and massage the lower back which should give you some relief from pain. - Maintain a high standard of personal hygiene. - Don't masturbate unless the pain is gone (if you have the habit) - Avoid sexual contact till the pain resolves If the problem persists or worsens visit the gynecologist at the earliest
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It could be urinary tract infection. Get a urine routine done. Till then u can drink plenty of water. Are u married/ sexually active?
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Hi,do urine routine and culture. As urethra is very near to clitoris, the pain is during urination. If infection is there meet gynaecologist.
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it requires local examination and some investigation so kindly consult gynaecologist.
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