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Is it possible to have hemorrhoids in the the female urinary tract (along with having hemorrhoids in the anal region)?
19/female urinary catheter due to retention. Bloody catheter & burning sensation. been tested for UTI & its negative - any idea how to stop the pain?
Need to know cause: It is not normal to have urinary retention at age 19 unless you have other medical issues. The key here is to identify the underlying cause of your urinary retention. This way a catheter can be avoided. See a Urologist or a Urogynecologist to determine what is going on and what the next steps might be. ...Read more
19f whenever I have sex, got an urinary tract infection . Female porn stars happy after 10y work.Super woman or better doctors!.?
Will it hurt getting a female urinary catheter ? I know it will be uncomfortable but will it sting or burn?
Im 18 and its for a VCUG
No not at all: no it will not hurt first they will make it very comfortable for you and second it is embarrassing but not painful they do this every day ,the staff knows your are anxious about it and they know how to keep you and make you more comfortable. ...Read more
22years female with urinary frequency.analysis showed moniliasis crystal and splitting calyces .what's the management?
22years old female with urinary frequency.on urinolysis there's moniliasis.crystal and minor calyceal spliting how can i manage here?
Is it ok after takin cipropan change to cikaclox and bck to cipropan for urinary tract infection in females and why is dere still constant itching?
Yeast?: Itching is usually not a sign of a uti. It may be that you have a yeast infection as a result of the antibiotics. Your bacterial infection may be better and now all your symptoms are due to the secondary yeast infection, More antibiotics will only make yeast infections worse. So get checked again today to see if that is what is going on! ...Read more
Anatomy: The male and female urinary tract is different when it comes to anatomy. Females have shorter urethras than their male counterparts. A shorter urethra makes it easier for bacteria to travel up the urethra to the bladder. The urethra in a female is also closer to the rectum allowing for a shorter distance for bacteria to travel. This is why proper hygiene is recommended for females to prevent uti. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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