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Brittanycookie
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My boyfriend and I just got done having unprotected sex, his didn't get to finish because his knee locked up on him. But anyway, I went to the bathroom right after we had sex, and it kinda hurt/burned to pee.
You know when you get a blader infection and it burns? Thats kinda what it felt like but alot worse.
Any ideas what it might be?

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Well, if it feels like a UTI, then that's what it might be. So if the burning sensation continues, you'll want to make an appointment to go and see your doctor.

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Brittanycookie
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I'm tired of people telling me to see a doctor. It's not a bladder problem because I've had plenty before. This feels worse, and it only happened once when I went to the restroom.
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Well, if it feels like a UTI only worse, then it might be a more severe case of UTI.

And in any case, the best thing to do with any type of severe pain is to consult a doctor.

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The thing is Brittany, when you describe what is or may likely be a health issue that does or may require treatment, treatment you can't do yourself, people are going to tell you to see a doctor.

Just like if I describe something that is or may be a problem with my toilet, and isn't something I can fix myself, someone is going to tell me to call a plumber. [Smile]

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Odd that you say that because my father is a plumber and hes taught me alot of stuff about plumbing.

But I would just like to know if anyone might know what it is. It's happened to me before after sex but it did't hurt that bad.

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The problem with this, Brittany, is while we can say it may be X,Y,Z it's still something you can't or shouldn't treat yourself. Too? We're not doctors, and even if we were we couldn't possibly diagnose something like this over the internet, and in the case that we said well, it may be X instead of it may be Y or Z and you try to self treat for that... it can make whatever the problem really is a LOT worse. So as it stands, we're going to have to stick with telling you the best thing to do for yourself is to see your doctor so they can actually check things out rather than trying to figure it out yourself without the knowledge or medical background needed (just as we don't have that background). Okay?

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Brittanycookie
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I just wanted to knnow if you might knnow what it is
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