Constant burning in urethra with no UTI?

Infection? Allergy? At your age of 22, common causes of pain or burning int he urethra or with urination are yeast infections, herpes, and other STDs. Allergy or irritation from perfumes, feminine products, etc also are possible. Keep working with your doctor and make sure she knows your sexual history. Good luck!

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I have endometriosis between my bowel and uterus sticking them together. I am now on the pill but I have constant burning in my vagina and urethra and some low pelvic pain. I do not have endo on my bladder or a uti. What could this be?

Many different cause. There are many different causes for pelvic pain. Ask your physician to check for insterstitial cystitis as well. Read more...
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I had an ecoli UTI now a painful swollen urethra & burning, but normal urinalysis, is it ok to do have a cystoscopy if I feel im very swollen?

Why a cystroscopy. What indications for cystoscopy? Have you had recurrent utis or other bladder related problems. Might you have a yeast infection or an std? Have you had a urine culture done since completing treatment for uti? Am sceptical about need for cysto in a healthy 27-y-o. If really needed, wait till any swelling has settled down & urine culture is negative. (staph or strep utis can occur with normal ua). Read more...

I have pain around the urethra above the scrotum, normally when sitting or walking. Could this be UTI? I don't have any blood in the urine or burning.

Probably not UTI. UTIs are rare in men your age, and don't cause this sort of pain -- although the exact location isn't clear. The main symptoms of UTI are painful and urgent urination. If you have any abnormal discharge from the penis, an STD is likely, if you are sexually active and potentially at risk. See a doctor if symptoms continue or in doubt. Good luck! Read more...