lately i've had a burning pain when i pee, i've had this befor and over about a week it stopped. But it's weird it's been about a week and stayed. When i masturbate it hurts also and i cannot get my pleasure i normaly get out of this. This annoys me from when im masturbating with my boyfriend seeing as i can only do it for about 5 mins or so befor the pain gets too much. I dont want to tell my mum or go to the doctors is it one of those things that'll just go away?
If you have a burning sensation with urinating, then it sounds like you might be dealing with a UTI. Either way, unusual pain is something that needs to be checked out by a doctor. And you'll really want to get this taken care of, as a UTI does NOT go away on its own, and can actually get worse if you let it sit for too long.
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Why don't you want to take care of your health and see a doctor?
Really, your health is so much more important.
Have you had any odd vaginal discharge, or had a particularly foul odor down there? Those, along with what you're describing, are signs of a bacterial infection that needs to be taken care of; it won't go away on it's own, and if you leave it, it could cause serious reproductive health problems.
So, honestly, you need to go to a doctor either way. Pain is your body's way of saying that something isn't right; don't ignore it.
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