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Mild Burning Sensation After Urination
Cystitis: Based on your symptoms, you should see a physician and have a urine culture and examination.
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
I feel like I have a very mild burning sensation in my urethra. About a 3 to 4 in pain. It's not bad at all. But I don't feel pain during urination.
I started my period 3 days ago but the same day I also started to having a very small burning sensation during urination. It's not painful, it's mild?
It appears I ve little inflammation and burning sensation around opening of bladder. What are the possibilities? Mild fever but no problems urinating
Constant mild pain in my lower abdomen area for 2 weeks, today I experienced a burning sensation when urinating. Any idea what I might be facing?
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...
Testicles are swollen and having mild pain in testicles & groin for some time, burning sensation during urination. No fever, no back pain. No stones. What?
Best to see a doctor: You could have many things that can mimic your problem. Epididymitis, simple UTI with feeling of swell in testicle, prostatitis with referred pain or clogging of rete testes. Torsion could be bad. So due to many possibilities, it is best to see your doctor and be examined and treated appropriately.
Is it possible to get two false negative chalmdyia PCR urine tests in a row? Still having mild burning sensation when peeing
Possible: All tests have a false negative rate. However, if the tests are done properly then it's unlikely they are both false negative. It's more likely that you do not have Chlamydia. It appears more likely you may have a urinary tract infection given your dysuria. You doctor should do a urine culture and consider prophylactic treatment for uti in the interim given that you are symptomatic.See 2 more doctor answers
How accurate are pcr urine test for chalmdyia? If I have passed five tests in a row but still have mild burning sensation when I get the urge to pee
Mild burning sensation in rectum and on prostate/anal area after ejaculation and after bowel movement, sometimes after urination. What it could be?
Thick yellow/beige discharge, no smell. Itching in vagina. Mild burning sensation during sex. No burning during urination. Yeast infection? STI?
Vaginal discharge: Colored vaginal discharge (yellow, green, tan, beige, etc) usually means infection. Yeast is possible and itching, irritation and burning during sex are typical for yeast. However, yeast usually causes scant discharge, not colored. Gonorrhea, chlamydia or trichomonas are possible if at risk for STI. Any abnormal or new vaginal discharge needs professional evaluation; see a doctor ASAP. Good luck!
Rule out infection: Dysuria in men (tingling or burning during or just after urination may be a presenting complaint of urethritis, prostatitis, epididymitis or urinary tract infections. Set up a Health Tap concierge visit and a doctor can order labs for you. Once the results are back the doctor can order medications to cure this condition..
Possibly UTI: This is 1 symptom of a UTI and deserves a urine culture and treatment. All the best.
I'm 29 married I've been having a burning sensation after urination for the past 1 1/2 weeks. I noticed blood after urination today.?
Why do I have a burning sensation after urination? It always happens only after masturbation. When not masturbating I don't feel any burning sensation.
That's OK: When you masturbate, your urethra gets compressed with temporary swollen prostate gland and if you try to urinate you experience difficulty passing urine and burning. Wait a few minutes and try it then.
I am having painful boils in vaginal area from past 4 days. Today I am having burning sensation after urination. What that could be? How to overcome thi
See a doctor: If you are having painful boils in the vaginal area then you could have a serious infection that needs to be treated. I would see a doctor right away. Burning with urination is also a sign of infection. Nothing you can do at home, see a doctor asap.
Maybe a urinary: Tract infection? Get your urine tested. If it is native, call your gyn for an evaluation.
Water: Increasing your water intake is the best way to help prevent a urinary tract infection. It is also a great way to help fight off an early urinary tract infection. Some studies have shown that drinking cranberry may help with uti's as well.See 1 more doctor answer
Can 2-3/hpf pus cells and 0-1 /hpf RBC in urine cause fever? Have burning sensation after urination.
Not likely, but:: The amount of pus cells (wbc) and rbc are normal for a voided urine. Almost all patients with a urinary tract infection will show a large number of WBC in a spun sample. So your result suggests something other than a urinary tract infection is causing fever. Nevertheless, I suggest that your Dr. Repeat the U/A and do a urine culture in order to be certain that you don't have a kidney infection
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