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i am a 21year girl..i recently, around in 6 days had sex and it was not the first time but the first time i had bleeding and after that day around two days gone almost normal with some irritation in my innr parts..but then after day by day i felt ulter sensation even after urination as if i still have some to urinate..and also it burns while urinating..and i also feel some pain down the belly. now its been 6 days and i still have these problems..i have read some home remedies also and i just started doing them.. will it help?? or i should take some antibiotic? if yes then please name it..and please suggest the best..is it abnormal??

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Hi there

Irritation, inflamation and burning during urination is all related to vaginal infections and possible UTI too. You do need to visit a doctor who can examine you and recommend medication.

Home remedies - Sitz bath will be helpful. Fill a tub with warm water upto waist level and soak yourself.

You can’t always prevent vaginal infections. But you can take steps to help keep your vagina (and your bladder) healthy:

  • Keep your genital area clean. Wash the outside of your vagina and bottom every day with mild soap. When you go to the bathroom, wipe from the front of your body toward the back, not the other way.
  • Keep your vagina cool. Bacteria love the heat! Avoid tight underwear or clothes made of synthetic fibers like rayon and polyester that can trap heat. Wear cotton or cotton-crotch underwear.
  • Change out of wet bathing suits and exercise clothes as soon as possible. Bacteria like wet places, too!
  • Don’t douche. Putting water or other products into your vagina removes some of the normal bacteria that protect you from infection.
  • Change your underwear every day, so you don’t let germs near your vagina.
  • Drink enough liquids. This can help wash out your urinary tract and help prevent infections there. You’ll know that you’re drinking enough if your urine (pee) is light yellow or almost clear.
  • Avoid scented hygiene products like bubble bath, sprays, scented pads, and scented tampons. They can be irritating.

Good luck

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Hi aushi, first of all thank you so much i will try these ofcourse..but the problem is i cant visit a docter as in that case i will have to go with my mother and and i am afraid that she then might know about my virginity that i am not. So that is the problem it would be great if you could suggest some antibiotics or whatever i need.
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Girls can loose virginity for all sorts of reasons - vigorous exercises, horse riding, gymnastics. So, don't be scared. Besides a doctor will examine, conduct some tests and then finally prescribe antibiotics. These are not to be taken without a doctors advice. He will judge you for STI, UTI or both. Good luck
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Thanks alot Aushi.. i am drinking as much water as i can and soo in relief but after 4 to 5 hours it sometimes again i am facing the same problem but not as much as it was yesterday..thank you so much.. it would be great if you can tell the sould taken precautions to avoid unwanted pregnancy..All i know till now is that use of condom for my boyfriend and peeing after inter course..are they sufficient?? and also during sex sometimes i feel like something is lifting up in my stomach..whats that??
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Don't foget to pee immediately after sex. Best advice I've was ever given.

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How to avoid an unwanted pregnancy? Yes, a condom is good option. But immediately after sex, check the condom for tears or leaks. Ask him to blow into the condom, if it has leaks or a tear, it will show up.
Peeing after sex does NOT prevent pregnancy. The pee hole is not the same as vagina - during sex semen or cum is deposited deep in the vagina. Peeing does NOT flush out sperm.
If you discover a condom has leaked, go out and buy a Plan B pill - the emergency contraceptive pill available at all druggists and chemists. Take it as soon as possible. Good luck
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