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burns after I urinate and I get pains in my abdomin?

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Okay my question is, I recently went to the doctor because I had lower abdominal pain and it burned when I urinated. When i went they had me do a urin specimen and they said that everything was negitive. They didnt know why this was happening, so they gave me Ciproflocacin. I'm on the medicine but it still kind of burns after I urinate and I get the pains in my abdominal area happen like twice a day. Could this mean that i have a STD?

P.S. I did have sex, but it was with a condom.


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replied April 6th, 2011
Sexually Transmitted Diseases Answer A21599
Hi, and thanks for your medical question on eHealth forum!

Pain in the lower abdomen and/or pelvis, and vagina can be due to infection, pelvic inflammatory disease, UTI, STD, uterine fibroids, urinary bladder infection or cystitis. If you do not have any discharge and there is no other symptom then it can also be due to pinched nerve (either pudendal or spinal). These conditions are broadly classified as chronic pelvic pain syndrome. The intensity of pain depends on the degree of inflammation and thus compression. This can vary.

Since a confirmed diagnosis cannot be given on net please consult your gynecologist regarding this. Hope this helps. Take care!



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