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It hurts to pee and I have to go in little spurts every 10 minutes. Whats wrong?
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Nicole Bressler
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: UTI See Dr
Those may be signs of a urinary tract infection.
. Bacteria can get in our urinary tract, usually in women because of how close the urinary tract is to the anal area & because the urethra (tube leading out of bladder) is very short. This may occur during sexual activity or after using bathroom. However, many women may get urinary infect with no identifiable causation.

In brief: UTI See Dr
Those may be signs of a urinary tract infection.
. Bacteria can get in our urinary tract, usually in women because of how close the urinary tract is to the anal area & because the urethra (tube leading out of bladder) is very short. This may occur during sexual activity or after using bathroom. However, many women may get urinary infect with no identifiable causation.
Nicole Bressler
Nicole Bressler
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: Urinary infection
Symptoms of cystitis, probably from an infection.
Need to get your urine tested. Good luck.

In brief: Urinary infection
Symptoms of cystitis, probably from an infection.
Need to get your urine tested. Good luck.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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Dr. Luke Hermann
Emergency Medicine
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In brief: Infection
The symptoms you are experiencing (urinary urgency and frequency) are commonly associated with a urinary tract (bladder) infection.
The infection causes irritation of the bladder which gives the sensation of needing to urinate, even without the bladder being full. Urinary tract infections are typically easily treated with a short course of antibiotics.

In brief: Infection
The symptoms you are experiencing (urinary urgency and frequency) are commonly associated with a urinary tract (bladder) infection.
The infection causes irritation of the bladder which gives the sensation of needing to urinate, even without the bladder being full. Urinary tract infections are typically easily treated with a short course of antibiotics.
Dr. Luke Hermann
Dr. Luke Hermann
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