A woman presents a complaint of frequent urination,
A 22-year old woman presents at the walk-in health clinic with slight fever (38.5C), a complaint of frequent urination, burning on urination, vaginal discharge and a small lesion on the labia.
The woman reported that she was moderately sexually active and had three sexual partners in the past six months. Her last sexual contacts were about 7 days earlier. She had developed mild symptoms about 5 days earlier, beginning with a discharge from the vagina. She began having pain on urination about 3 days earlier.
- What is your diagnosis here?
- What clinical features are critical to your diagnosis?
- What further actions must be taken?