Problemas ginecológicos ou urinários?
29 October 2014, 06:45 PM
sou mulher, to sentindo um quentinho toda hora na minha parte genital, parece que tô mijando nas calças, mas quando vou ver não é nada. Ás vezes vem um pouco de urina ou corrimento, oq pode ser? Já fiz exame de urina, e estou tomando um remédio para infecção e dor, mas não sinto dor, e não tá adiantando. Obs: remédio receitado por um clínico geral, e não ginecologista. É daqueles que deixa a urina laranja.  
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Acho melhor trocar de médico, procurar uma gineco mulher, fazer exame de urina.
Enquanto isso, toma suco de limão com água o dia inteiro, num máximo de 9 limões ao dia durante 10 dias. Se sarar com isso, muito bem, se não, quando sair o resultado do exame de urina ela te passará um antibiotico.
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