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Do you mean burning during urination?
Likely urinary tract infection.
Urinalysis and antibiotic will be required.
Please drink plenty of fluids
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That suggests urinary tract infection common in women.
Please do go to the urgent care.
That is not likely if you had your period at due time.
Infection can occur other times as well
You can take urine pregnancy test -if negative do not worry.
Do not worry --it is just infection.
They will check your urine for infection and also pregnancy.
If infection confirmed, you will get a prescription for antibiotic --and you will recover soon.
Pregnancy test will be negative.
Yes they can
you can go to the urgent care today.
You should not leave infection untreated.
You can call your doctor for further guidance in that case.
ok --you can try azo from over the counter to help with urinary discomfort.
Hello,this is Dr. Aren and i will help with your query.Apparently you appear to be having a urinary tract infection which is causing burning while passing urine.This probably needs to be investigated by a urine test to check for pus cells and bacteria.If there is itching and redness of the vagina you may be having a fungal infection as well which will also need therapy.You can use the Monistat OTC for this ,the Sudocream X is not really going to help.
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Have you had your urine tested?If yes and there is no infection you can use monistat vaginal pessaries which may help if it is a vaginal fungal infection.