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Tickling itching cervix
Tickling itching inside the cervix... Especially after passing urine there is a feeling of something more to come out and then the itching inside
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Hello, You may have a vaginal infection. Drink lots of water to flush out unwanted toxins. Consult a gynecologist for further assessment. Please visit our clinic International Fertility Centre located in New Delhi so that we can guide you better.
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As above Dr target said, u many have urine infection. Do a urine-routine and microscopy and if it comes positive for bacteria then do a culture sensitivity urine. Till then have plenty of water and go for urination frequently. Take syrup vital 2 tsf with half glass water two to three times daily. However there is itching complains in cervix, so if there is any discharge from vagina, u need to have a gynecologist have a look. The urine infection and vaginal infection are vis-a-vis. One leads to other. So better confirm.
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Hi there, your symptoms are suggestive of a urinary tract infection or a candidate infection if it's associated with a whitish discharge. You need to do Urine Routine test. If there's infection noted in the test, do a Urine culture and sensitivity test. Based on the results your physician can start you on the right antibiotics. Till then, drink a lot of water, and Cital syrup 2tsp in a glass of water, 3 times a day.
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