Posted: 10 August 2010 at 1:31pm | IP Logged
If a girl has had pains down there and itchiness,and when they pee, they have a sharp, stabbing pain, it could be anything from an allergic reaction to yeast infection. This is what Dr.Shari Brasner says.Until you can make an appointment with your doctor, try an over the counter itch cream like AZO Itch Relief Cream or AZO Itch Relief Wipes.They won't sting, and are alchol free. This problem is found in about 3 out of 4 women.
When you poop, if it really hurts and you find about a drop or two of blood, it is probably constipation, says Dr. Linda Lee, a spokeswoman for the American Gastroenterlogical Association. This is probably from diet or stress. You can fix this problem by having more fiber intake, and drinking plenty of plain water. Avoid high-sugary foods and high-fat foods. You should tell your parents and/or your doctor about this. If it has lasted longer than two weeks,it could be Crohn's disease, but this is very rare.
If you drink coffee, being a couch potato, smoking, and drinking alcohol can give you a headache. This can all lead up to headaches and even migraines in teens. Up to 25 percent of all teen girls are reguraly affected by headaches because of this very common problem. To avoid this, don't drink as much coffee, get regular excercise, and stay away from ciggarettes and alcohol.
In this brief message, I have told you about some of the problems in girls, young or old. There are many more. To find out more, ask your doctor or look up wellness websites. All credit of these symptoms go to Girl's Life Magazine. I have found out all of this info through Girl's Life. I have made up my own and re-wordeed sentences, but the message is still the same. I hope that I was able to answer some of your questions.