You probably have a bladder infection or a yeast infection for a bladder infection drink lots of water and some kind of cranberry juice and if that does not help you will need an antibiotic and if it is a yeast infection it will itch some times go to the store and get some yeast infection cream or it may not be nothing except you need to douche with summer eve vinegar douche and if you use tampons a piece may have broken off and is still in you and that could cause your problem.
I disagree with the above concerning the douching - douching actually changes the pH level within and can cause a yeast infection if you do not have one - douching is not for everyone. And as a person that had chronic bladder infections in the past if that is the case you will need to visit a doctor and be treated for it - they just don't go away on their own, the symptoms may subside for a bit but they will continue to reoccur if not treated properly and inevitably become worse.
As a nurse I think it is best that you go to your local clinic or doctor and have a urine test done and maybe even a PAP - those symptoms are also symptoms of a variety of STD's.
there are different things which could cause tingling in the face, for example the tension associated with migraine can commonly cause numbness and tingling due to pressure.
Gonorrhea may cause tingling.
Sometimes inflammation can put pressure on nerves which in turn can cause tingling sensations in different parts of the body,
urinating is a common symptom after a period. After a period, your bladder is more stimulated which in turn can cause frequent urination.
Trichomoniasis can cause painful urination.
A STD will not cause period to look different.
There are over 300 different headache disorders, and some may result in a tingling sensation in certain areas of the body.
There are 27 different conditions that have symptoms including tingling and partial vision loss. It is advised to make a doctors appointment to find out what the cause is.
frequent urination after stopping hydrochlorithiazide
Yes, tea can cause frequency in urination. Tea is a diuretic. A diuretic is simply a drug that increases the rate of urination. Alcohol is also a diuretic.
No. Dry eyes do not cause tingling of the left side of head and hands.
Depo Provera does not cause frequent urination. See your health care provider for an exam.
Yes; pain during urination is a symptom of chlamydia.
Trichomoniasis can cause painful urination and itching.
If you choose to delay urination, this could cause a urinary tract infection. From there, it could cause a kidney infection if you aren't careful.
How numbness and tingling can be controlled or treated is completely dependent upon the cause or diagnosis. There are many reasons a patient may experience numbness or tingling.
There are a variety of different things that can cause tingling in legs, so you should get it checked out by a doctor to figure out which one pertains to you. It can be from damage to nerves, such as with a herniated disk, or be something more serious such as diabetes or a stroke.
Yes! It does it to me bad!!
too much roydin
Tingling can be caused by a variety of things. Poor blood supply to an affected area, insect or animal bite, and carpal tunnel syndrome are some reason for tingling. Radiation therapy can cause tingling too.
Yes.Painful urination is a sign of STD, but it is also a sign of a bladder infection.