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it stings when i pee. when i wipe i get blood!

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i believe i have a water infection as it stings when i pee but when i wipe i get blood. is this normal? would your clit sting as well?
i have not had a period since january. could the water infection be affecting my periods.


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replied March 12th, 2011
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A20748
Hello,

Welcome to the ehealthforum and I am really glad to help you out. YYou seem to be having secondary amenorrhea. Secondary amenorrhea is when a woman who has had normal menstrual cycles stops getting her monthly period for 3 or more months. Pregnancy is the first possibility that should be ruled out by means of blood HCG tests and ultrasound.

Moreover urinary tract infection is another important possibility because you are having painful micturition also. I would suggest a gynecologist’s evaluation and get a urine examination, urine culture and a culture sensitivity of the vaginal discharge done. Till then take adequate fluids, wear cotton underwear and try not to itch the area because scratching may invite infections.

I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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