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Red itchy inflamed pee hole

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Hi

Can someone help me i have a very red itchy and inflammed pee hole i am 32 weeks pregnant with twins and have had broken waters for 3 weeks now i cant have sex as i am at risk of infection i have bloods and urine tests twice a week which come back normal so i dont think this has anything to do with being pregnant but its so painful and itchy if i itch it swells up it doesnt hurt when i go to the toilet i just wondered if anyone could help me id really like to get this sorted i have been using a herbal cream for the itch which helps relive it for a short while but which cream should i try or do i need to go see my doctor.........thanks :)


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replied October 16th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A16692
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

If your membranes have ruptured at 32 weeks, then have you been to the doctor? Ruptured membranes means you must go for bed rest and maybe prophylactic antibiotics. Please consult a gynecologist immediately as you seem to be having local infection and this can in turn affect the babies. Hope this helps. Take care!



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