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guitar123
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About a month or 2 ago every time me and my girlfriend would engage in sex she would urinate a lot and have burning during urination for a day or 2 after sex. We have had sex again but no frequent urination or anything after, but she is now experiencing some pelvic soreness. Does this sound like a UTI? Any insight on what this can be?
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Stephanie_1
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Some soreness with urination after sex can be from friction (so if you're not using a good water based lube you want to be). Per the pelvic pain, it's really something she wants to see a doctor about.

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