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one_guy_many_problems
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Yeah I'm geting that bursting to go feeling. But as of yet my urine doesn't burn. However, I don't think it's so bad today, but it's still there. Is a urinary tract infection serious? I think I might have had this problem before but it went away. Could this do damage to me in the long run.
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KittenGoddess
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Well, if indeed you are working on a UTI, then it could be quite serious. Left untreated, a UTI is quite capable of causing some serious problems (like put you in the hospital type problems). So I would agree with the previous advice that it's a good idea to see your health care provider for a real diagnosis. If there's even a chance that it could be a UTI, you're much better off catching it early.

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