How can one tell whether dysuria (pain on passing urine) is caused by a urinary tract infection or sexually transmitted infection (STD)?
This can be easily diagnosed. Just send a sample of your urine and a swab of your vagina to the laboratory to test for infection if any.
Depending on the results, your doctor will prescribe the appropriate medication.
It can either be anti-fungal or antibiotic (for bacterial) medication and it will help effectively treat the infections.
Dr Christopher Ng
#04-03A Camden Medical Centre
1 Orchard Boulevard
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