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I've been feeling more tired and have some stinging urination. When should I see the doctor?

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Dr. Terry Woodard
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
4 doctors agree

In brief: Fairly soon

Fatigue and burning or tingling on urination is a common sign of urinary tract infection.
Some can resolve on their own, but many require evaluation and proper therapy, depending on age, other medical conditions, medication use, and sexual exposure. If persistent or recurrent, see your health care provider.

In brief: Fairly soon

Fatigue and burning or tingling on urination is a common sign of urinary tract infection.
Some can resolve on their own, but many require evaluation and proper therapy, depending on age, other medical conditions, medication use, and sexual exposure. If persistent or recurrent, see your health care provider.
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Dr. Jared Fialkow
Internal Medicine - Nephrology & Dialysis
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In brief: Urinary

It is probably useful to go get evaluated.
Stinging urination can be a sign of infection, which can also result in fatigue. However a few simple blood tests can look to see if your kidneys are involved or if there is something else going on (anemia, thyroid issues).

In brief: Urinary

It is probably useful to go get evaluated.
Stinging urination can be a sign of infection, which can also result in fatigue. However a few simple blood tests can look to see if your kidneys are involved or if there is something else going on (anemia, thyroid issues).
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