I am 18 years old, live in Indiana. This started about two days ago, after I got into a fight withmy girlfriend's brother. HE pushed me over, and ever since my back's been hurting like crazy. It's died down some. Now I can barely urinate, it come out in small spurts. I went to the hospital last night and they drained a little bit of fluid from me, but it was fine and there were no infections in the sample (no bladder infections) they took a blood test, and the same thing occured. So, they made me drain some more, told me I wasn't retaining much, and said that I was having BLADDER SPASMS. They gave me some medicine that he said would help, and since they drained I've only been going a little better. I urinate better when I'm leaning over. So, I got worried because my cousin raped me when I was 10, and lately I've been having this thick, clear (sometime yellow) leakage. I need some help here. What should I do??
My back hurts more at night and I've had some diahrea.
I'm sorry you're having these troubles, but your username cracked me up. :-)
Okay, down to business. Thick clear discharge is completely normal. This is your most fertile mucus and you get it around the time you ovulate. Yellow discharge is not normal and is usually a sign of infection. That is an issue that should be addressed by a gynecologist.
As for the urination problem - if you have not finished taking the medication that was prescribed to you then keep taking it and wait for things to improve. If you have completely finished your entire prescription then you should go back into the doctor. Trouble with urination is not good and should never be dismissed. You may have bruised your kidneys or something of that nature or maybe acutally hurt your spine. It sounds like an x-ray might be the next step.
Don't put this off and don't feel bad about having to keep on the doctors.
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