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I have a throbbing pain in my pubic area, in specific the opening to the urethra. I did not have any sexual intercourse prior to this and the pain has been going on for a week. I have seen 2 doctors and it is not a case of fungal infection. I also experience frequency to the loo and pain during urination. Can someone please help? The pain is killing me. I seem to be recovering as it is not as painful but is there any way to cease it? Can I put ice cubes?
I am not sure, but should you see a urologist? Could it be a urinary tract infection? They should have tested you for that in the docs office. BUt that is all I can think of. I would ask to see a specialist if possible. Best of luck.
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