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GrayTheMouse
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Hi, my girlfriend is now having this problem. Her vagina start to feel pain and it hurts, like..err.. very pain, and especially when she pee.. she say it's like she needs to pee, but when she's inside there, only a little bit come out, and it hurts and there's blood shade! This has happen since after we had sex, she felt nothing wrong when we're doing it, but the next day, she told me she felt pain.. Can anyone tell me what's the proble she's having here from the descibtion? I would really really REALLY appreciate your help Sir/Ma'am :"< And of course, i'm worried for her..
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It sounds like she may have contracted an UTI. She'll want to make an appointment to be seen by a doctor as soon as she can, so she can get a diagnosis and the right treatment.

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GrayTheMouse
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thank you very much sir, and i searched the cure on internet, they says drinking fresh berry juice helps.. does it really helps?
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Drinking cranberry juice can help prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs) but it can't cure them, and it won't help if that isn't what she has. She really does need to see a doctor for a proper diagnosis and treatment.

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okay, but how long does treatment gonna take? can i actually keep this treatment secret?
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and what are possible the cause of UTI, Sir? And one more thing, here at Singapore, the minimum age that a person ca have sex is 16.. but she's only 14, how should i tell the doctor?
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How long it takes depends on how severe her condition is. Usually, treatment for a UTI is a few days to a week of antibiotics, but if it isn't a UTI or if it has gotten serious, it may be longer. As for keeping it secret, it may be possible, it may not.

Do you want to talk a little bit about what you think may happen if it's found out she is being treated for an infection?

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THANK YOU VERY MUCH SIR! :"<
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Sorry, we obviously posted at the same time!

There are lots of possible causes of UTIs, including not wiping the right way after going to the bathroom, not drinking enough water, not going to the bathroom after sex. They CAN be due to sexual activity, but plenty of people who are NOT sexually active get them as well, so even though you're concerned that the two of you may be found out, know that it isn't possible to determine that she's had sex just because she may have a UTI.

I would suggest, though, that the two of you really reconsider if now is the best time in your lives for you to be having sex. I'm not familiar with the age of consent laws in Singapore, but breaking them in many places can have pretty severe consequences, for the older partner in particular. (And if the birthdate in your profile is correct, you are significantly older than she is.)

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ermm, well, we're not really active about sex(or maybe) as we only did once a month.. is that active anyway? I'm 15 btw sir
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umm, i'd also be really REALLY REALLY happy that she have been cured for that infection!
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Just so you know, UTIs are not necessarily related to sex. So if your girlfriend is diagnosed with a UTI, it does not mean that everyone will automatically assume she's had sex. Lots of women who aren't sexually active get UTIs, as well. So, there's no reason to hold off being seen by a doctor.

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Oh, thank you for this peice of advice very much!
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