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19 Feb 2004

Wrong peeing
I had a TOP in 2001, September. Afterwards (during the first week), I experienced pain whenever I peed. I`d feel pressed (but I could hold it in) and when I went to pee only a small quantity would come out and then as I finished (pushed out the last drops), the pain would begin and would just last a few seconds.
After the first week, the pain stopped but then I realised that the pee did not come out of the (don`t know the technical term) place where it should come from but from the vagina itself. Went to see a gyno once but he said everything look and felt normal.
I nolonger feel any pain or discomfort but isn`t this just weird???
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01 Jan 0001

You may have had a bladder infection which resolved. If the urine was coming out of the vagina, this would indicate a hole between the bladder and the vagina. This is not something that would go away on its own though.

Best wishes
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