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Masturbation And Burning
Burning penis: The most common problem these symptoms diagnose is either chlamydia or gonorrhea or both. It is rare for a man to get a urinary tract infection like women get. If there was any sexual activity in the recent past you need to be tested and/or treated for this possible std. Any good std clinic or men's health expert will know how to help you. ...Read more
I am experiencing pain with urination (quality: stinging or burning sensation) and vaginal burning.
Be checked soon...: Of no doubt, you need a comprehensive evaluation & counseling especially if these are new to you. How to put all related matters together correctly, follow instructions in articles listed in http://www.formefirst.com/onDealSickness.html & http://www.formefirst.com/onUTI.html. Thereby you gain insight on how to work well with doc sot to reach right diagnosis for right care. Best wish to health... ...Read more
Probable urethritis: From a uti. Urethral opening is situated between under surface of clitoris & upper edge of vagina. Thus both of these structures might feel painful when in fact pain comes from urethra. Might also be related to urethral diverticulum or urethral caruncle. Need urinalysis to rule out uti. See a urn-gynecologist or urologist if urinalysis negative for uti. ...Read more
UTI: Symptoms of frequency and burning with urination are often associated with urinary tract infection. Many women recognize the signs right away and are pretty reliable in their diagnosis. However if one has not had a UTI in the past or does not recognize this as a UTI it is time to see a doc to exclude other causes or a more extensive infection. ...Read more
Symptoms:feels like urine leaking, but not, always burning sensation in the pubic bone and penis, mild burning sensation while urinating ?
Talk with doctors...: Your available information indicates you have already received substantial evaluation and rx. So, it would be advisable to continue the communication and discussion with your existing doctor for further care. But for the time being, i advise behavioral modification in watching what you drink and eat, voiding regularly, gentle urethral milking after each voiding to clear urine... Best wishes... ...Read more
Possible infection: Vaginal itching and burning when you urinate and urine touches the tissue can mean a vaginal infections such as yeast or BV (bacterial vaginosis). It could also be an irritation reaction from an irritant such as soap. You may need to see a doctor to figure out which is going on. ...Read more
After ejaculating, severe throbbing sharp pain in penis, scrotum and sometimes perinium, intercourse or even masturbating
Think I have a UTI - symptoms are slight burning during urination, increased urination, burning and tingling sensation in vulva and clit - and cramps ?
Yeast infection?: Burning/pain upon urination (peeing) suggests bladder/kidney infection or sexually transmitted disease. Itch w/white cottage cheese discharge suggests yeast infection (common after antibiotics) which often responds to over-the-counter medications. Many different reasons for odor, some of which may require antibiotics. Don't recommend douche. See your Family Doc if no improvement. ...Read more
Mild pain and burning feeling after ejaculation and urge to urinate in addition with difficulty urination. Causes?
I am experiencing pain with urination (quality: stinging or burning sensation) , painful ejaculation and penile discharge. The following also desc...
Probable STD: By far the main causes of problems like this, especially the discharge, are STDs (assuming you are sexually active). With this amount of pain, including ejaculation, gonorrhea is most likely, but chlamydia and other kinds of nongonococcal urethritis (NGU) also are possible. See a doctor ASAP. Do not attempt to treat yourself first -- for example, don't take any left over antibiotic. Good luck. ...Read more
What could make me feel burning and sharp pains while having sex, then after have burning sensation and swollen Vulva? No infections.
Infection?: Are you sure you don't have an infection? Based on your description, you could have yeast infection or bacterial vaginitis, both of which are not sexually transmitted infections. Although, with unprotected sex, there is still a possibility of an STI. The only way to know for sure is to be examined/tested by a physician. Make an appointment with your doctor ASAP. Best wishes. ...Read more