Based on the pain, and the frequent but smallamount of urination, and the pick when you wipe, I would say it is possible you have a urinary tract infection.
You say you tested and got a negative. When are you due for your period? Are you having unprotected sex?
pink not "pick"...sorry typo
Hi there, my period is due in around 11 to 13 days...my cycles not very regular. We always use a condom...always but im not on BC, that was this months goal. I tested last week cause i started to panic...so im sure it wouldnt have picked anything up.
Please guys any more info??? Im really scared.
if your period isnt due for 11-13 days, these symptoms are more then likely not caused from a pregnancy.....I would seriously consider testing for a urinary tract infection....it sounds like the most likely reason behindd most of your discomfort
I made this same comment here yesterday:
Again--I highly doubt you're pregnant, but it does sound like a urinary tract infection. If you don't get treated for a UTI as soon as possible, the infection can get in your kidneys and then the recovery time is longer and more painful.
Not likely pregnant,if you have 13days till period comes,then you are ovulating.its possible to have tiny spots of blood during this time.you need to ovulate in order to become pregnant,and ovulation normally occurs 14 days before your period.only way of knowing pregnancy would be after you miss your period.so i would say your ovulating,and not pregnant.
Here are symptoms of a urinary tract infection:
What are the Symptoms of Urinary Tract Infections?
Symptoms of UTI or bladder infection are not easy to miss and include a strong urge to urinate that cannot be delayed which is followed by a sharp pain or burning sensation in the urethra when the urine is released. Most often very little urine is released and the urine that is released may be tinged with blood. The urge to urinate recurs quickly and soreness may occur in the lower abdomen, back, or sides.
This cycle may repeat itself frequently during the day or night--most people urinate about six times a day, when the need to urinate occurs more often a bladder infection should be suspected.
When bacteria enters the ureters and spread to the kidneys, symptoms such as back pain, chills, fever, nausea, and vomiting may occur, as well as the previous symptoms of lower urinary tract infection.
Proper diagnosis is vital since these symptoms can also be caused by other problems such as infections of the vagina or vulva. Only your physician can make the distinction and make a correct diagnosis.