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Why do i have this uncomfortable feeling in my vaginal area?

I’m having a very uncomfortable feeling in the area of my vagina, it feels like i have to pee but when i go pee hardly anything comes out. It’s not painful but just very uncomfortable. i have fingered myself quite frequently the past couple of weeks but now that i do it less i’m starting to get this uncomfortable feeling, i don’t know if this is related to my situation. I don’t know what to do.
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It just might be a garden-variety urinary tract infection. If pee is unable to come out at all, it's a urinary-tract blockage, and you need to see a doctor right away. But if it just feels "reluctant" when you go to the bathroom, it could be a UTI. In your shoes, first I'd try drinking cranberry juice a lot, but if that doesn't help anything, call the ob/gyn or your regular doc and get seen.
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