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A 25-year-old female asked:

have a problem went to bathroom to take piss and vaginal burning and it itches bad it's also smell bad on my anus when i wipe down can it possibly be a std in not sexually active or something else i'm so ashamed ?

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Dr. Victor Nwanguma
Infectious Disease 20 years experience
Std: If you are sexually active, it can be an STD. If you are not sexually active, then it could be a urinary tract infection. See your primary care provider for assistance.
Dr. Judith Tellerman
Clinical Psychology 42 years experience
Please see a Gynecologist Doctor who is an expert in female reproductive organs and will give you a thorough evaluation and recommend treatment.

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