Okay so right now, it's been a week since we had sex with my girlfriend. 1 day after we had sex, my girlfriend had trouble in taking a piss. She said it really hurt and that her vagina was kind of itchy in a way. But mostly her pain was coming from when she was taking a piss and after taking a piss, the pain wouldn't subside.
After a few more days, the same stuff happened, we diagnosed it as UTI *we're not even sure what a UTI feels like since she had only experience this just now* then we treated it like a UTI e.g drinking lots of water. And to confirm that she was suffering from the said infection, I fingered her, she said it wasn't painful doing so, so we concluded it was UTI. *07/23/15* After a few hours, she said that her vagina was really itchy again and still, she had really a tough time peeing cause it was really painful.
Fast forward a few more days, today to be exact * 07/25/15* the pain still hasn't subsided, she still had pain while peeing and the pain didn't subside as soon as possible after taking a wee.
Fast forward a few hours like about 6:00pm, we decided to eat, so we ate at Mcdonald's *she ate a chicken burger and I ate a cheeseburger* but before we ate, she took a piss again, it was still painful. But nevertheless, after eating, we decided to talk a really long walk, and we were walking on a bit quite fast pace, then suddenly she began to have a lower stomach pain, you know, the part just right above the vagina part and just below the belly button, and suddenly so how she said that the pain quite resembled as of the pain she experienced during her Dysme, then after a few more minutes, her whole stomach was in pain. Her next Period is supposed to be on July 25-31.
QUESTIONS: What is happening to her? Is she really having a Urinary Tract Infection? Is she pregnant? Please help asap =(
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