large painful lump in pubic area

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Pain on urination, no uti, what could it be?

Low estrogen

Estrogen
Low estrogen levels are probably the leading cause although such conditions as yeast infection,interstitial cystitis, and trauma during intercourse may also occur
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Bleeding and slight pain on urination always UIT?

Could Be/not always

Kidney
Bleeding and pain with urination, called hematuria and dysuria, are symptoms commonly associated with urinary tract infection/UTI but not always UTI. It is best to have this checked by doctor with a urinalysis and possibly a urine culture and sensitivity. Infection left untreated can get worse and possibly spread to the kidneys and sometimes bloodstream in severe cases so evaluation is important.
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I have pain on urination but cultures always show no UTI. What are the next steps?

Cystitis/Urethritis?

Catheter
Interatitial Cystitis, which is an inflammation of the lining of the bladder wall, or urethritis, inflammation of the urethral lining, can present with these symptoms and normal urine cultures. Next step is to see a urologist or uro-gynecologist for a possible cystoscopy where these areas can be directly visualized via fiber optic camera and more information gathered for treating your symptoms.
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My vagina dryness is causing pain on urination. What do I do?

See your Gyn Dr.

Hormones
At 34 y.o., you shouldn't have vaginal dryness bad enough to cause symptoms. You need to see your gynecologist to review your medications and medical history. Sometimes it is a hormone imbalance that can be treated with hormone (estrogen) cream or oral hormones. Sometimes, it is a skin problem which is treated differently. Also, burning with urination, have to rule out bladder infection!
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My diabetic child complains of pain on urination. What tests are needed?

Urine/Blood tests

Blood
Pain with urination is commonly associated with urinary tract infection but not always UTI. Diabetes/high blood sugars can put people at greater risk for UTI and blood sugar & hemoglobin A1c is valid as well as urinalysis and a urine culture and sensitivity as initial work up and possibly imaging studies depending on initial findings. At thext step is Dr eval to get check it out.
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Cause of diabetic child with pain on urination.?

Depends on sex

Micturition
of child. Urinary tract infection most likely in a girl, less likely in a boy. Get it checked out.
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I noticed light bleeding and slight pain on urination. Is this an infection?

Could Be UTI

Kidney
Bleeding and pain with urination, called hematuria and dysuria, are symptoms associated with urinary tract infection/UTI. It is best to have this checked by doctor with a urinalysis and possibly a urine culture and sensitivity. If it is an infection left untreated, it can get worse and possibly spread to the kidneys and sometimes bloodstream in severe cases so evaluation is important.
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Can anyone tell me what can be causing my vagina dryness, causing pain on urination?

Possible Infections

Urinary
You may have a urinary tract and /or vaginal infection as causes of your symptoms.
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does pain on urination indicate cancer or a major problem with my health?

Dysuria

Cancer
Pain with urination can be associated with many things, commonly associated with urinary tract infection/UTI. True, cancer or something more serious is a remote possibility, but NOT likely or common, so important not to initially overly concerned. Urinalysis & urine culture with Dr eval is next step before worrying about a more serious heath condition vs a simple urinary tract infection.
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Pain in lower left abdomen / side for a few weeks. Not muscular. No pain on urination or bowel movement. Menstrual cycles mostly normal.

Ovarian cyst

Diverticulitis
Pain in the left lower side of your abdomen could be related to an ovarian cyst, or related to your bowels. Given the lack of bowel symptoms, I would guess the former. Check a pregnancy test if this is possible. If the pain does not subside, then a visit to your doctor and a pelvic ultrasound are indicated.
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