The symptoms of benign urethral lesions in girls are based on the type of lesion your daughter may have.
If your daughter has a urethral polyp, you may see a small mass sticking out of her urethra. You might also see blood in her urine or underwear, and she may have trouble peeing.
Common symptoms of this type of lesion are:
- a lump that can be felt
- misdirected urinary stream
- urinary block
- painful urination (in an older child)
Some symptoms of a urethral caruncle are:
- bleeding and pain when peeing
- needing to pee often
- sudden need to pee
- outlet of the urethra is tender
Symptoms of urethral prolapse are bloody spotting and sometimes painful urination. Sometimes it can keep your daughter's body from getting rid of urine.