- Genital causes: Urethral or vaginal trauma, including sexual abuse or a foreign body, Genital herpes simplex, vaginitis, vaginal candidiasis, atrophic vaginitis, bacterial vaginosis, and epididymitis.
- Other disease: Reiter's syndrome or Behcet's disease.
- Irritants: Drugs, and nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, reaction to soaps, vaginal lubricants, spermicides, contraceptive foams and sponges, tampons and toilet paper.
- Radiation or chemical exposure
- Feeling fatigue and malaise.
- Upper back pain with fever and chills
- Investigation for sexually transmitted infection.
- Ultrasound of urinary tract, pelvis or abdomen if obstruction or masses suspected.
- Plain "KUB" X-ray if renal tract stones suspected.
- Urodynamic studies.
- Urine cytology.
- A voiding cystourethrogram (VCUG).
- An intravenous pyelogram.
- Drink 1 cup of milk with 5 drops of sandalwood oil, by adding a pinch of carom seeds. Add 1 tsp mint leaves to 1 cup water, take twice.
- Drink 6 - 8 litres of water at this point.
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