Burning without peeing?

More details. Is that question or a statement? If burning is occuring, are you referring to urethral burning, or some other anatomic area? Burning (or dysuria) is often a symptom of a urinary tract infection. Having a medical appointment to check your urine for infection is an easy first step.

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After you get done having sex is it possible, to have burning sensation when peeing without having a serious problem?

Yes. You can have some irritation of the genital area after sex that goes away in a day or so. If it persists or worsens, it could be a sign of a urinary or vaginal infection and you should go to a clinic or doctor for an exam. Using a condom, even if you're on birth control can help prevent STDs . I encourage you to insist that your partner does this because people don't always have symptoms. Read more...