So the last three days I've experienced pain while urinating so I assumed I was getting a UTI. I've had twice before this year (I suppose it's because of sex) and it hurt like hell when I pee, sometimes with blood, and the urge to pee is almost unbearable.
I got some antibiotics but I didn't start taking them because I wasn't sure if it was an UTI.
However, it's been two days and I haven't experienced that urge, but the pain is still there... kind of.
I woke up just now, at 5am, and I felt a painful itching in my clitoris and vaginal entry that won't let me sleep. It burns when I pee and I bled a little now. My clitoris is swollen, red and VERY SENSITIVE, but the rest of the vulva seems ok. I'm concerned about my clitoris and the pain in my vaginal entry
Is this an UTI? Should I start taking antibiotics ASAP? IS this something else entirely, or is it a combination of UTI with something else? I don't have a lot of experience with UTIs!
PLEASE HELP. I can't sleep Also, I'm sorry I'm not sure if this was the right board to post this in, feel free to move it.
It sounds like you need to get yourself in to a doctor asap. It could be a UTI, or it could be something else, but neither you nor we have the credentials to diagnose you. So, talking to a doctor should be your next step.
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