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Hi, I think i may have cystitis. My symptoms are needing to pee really often, and when i do it is slightly painful.
In the last 72 hours I have had intercourse four times.
Usually I do not drink a lot during the day.
Does this sound like I have cystitis?
Thank you for any response.

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Okay, first things first: get thee to a doctor, woman.

It does sound like you have some sort of infection, but you'll need a doctor to determine what type, and you do not want to wait around, because it can become more difficult to treat or spread.

And take a break from the intercourse and sexual activity until you find out what's what.

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