I was drunk and had a sleepover with my friend. I am not sure what happened, I did not want to have a sexual encounter However, I might have given in to his pressure. This is the reason why I avoided consulting a doctor in person. He was rough and I was in pain. I tried to tell him but nothing worked since we both were drunk. The next day when I got home, I was bleeding bright red, and a little blood was found while I urinated as well. I had pain while I urinated as well. When I got out of the alcohol, I found myself lying on the couch in horrible pain. I could neither get up nor walk. I felt as if my reproductive organs were shooting down my legs. Now it has been about a month since this happened, my urine was dark yellow and stank bad a few days ago. Now, it has become milky green and smells horrible. I also have pain while urinating. I am embarrassed to consult a doctor in person. I currently take Seasonique tablets. I am a 19-year-old female, weighing 253.5 pounds and 152 cm tall. I have a history of PTSD, FASD, anxiety, seizures, and drug abuse. Please help.
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It seems like you have a severe vaginal or urinary infection. I suggest you take syrup Citralka (Disodium hydrogen citrate 1.53 gm per 5 ml) in a glass of water twice a day for a week. Also, get started with antibiotics once you get your urine report. Please get yourself checked by a gynecologist internally. Get vaginal swab tests and complete urine examination done. The vaginal swab tests are done to find out the exact cause. I also suggest you to:
1. Avoid having sex till then.
2. Wear cotton panties and loose lowers.
3. Maintain personal hygiene.
4. Take plenty of fluids.
5. Wash your private parts with normal tap water every time you use the washroom.
6. Avoid using vaginal douches and creams.
I hope this information will help you. Please revert in case of further queries.
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