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i wrote in earlier and u said a UTI would be whats causing it to hurt when I pee. would that also include like a kinda funny smell, and for me to be wet alot kinda. i dont know how to explain. thats the best i can say. its not aids or herpes right. im gonna go to the doctors tomorrow though. what do u think
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a UTI tends to be a small and quickly treatable infection (about three days of antibiotics and you'll be okay). it *can* become serious if left untreated, though, so it is important to see a doctor. good luck on that.

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