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Msterbation , hold my urine

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i m a female 20 years. i m having a problem related to masterbation.i m not able to hold my urine for too long after msterbation. i need to visit the washroom more frequently. first i used to hold my urine for a long time. now since masterbation m suffering with such a problem..plz help is it dangerous


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replied July 12th, 2010
Sexual Health - Women Answer A14138
Hello,
Welcome to ehealthforum.
The increased frequency of urination could indicate infection. If you have been using external objects to stimulate yourself, it can introduce infection.
Visit your healthcare provider/gynecologist and get a urine test done to see if have infection. Get started on antibiotics appropriately.
Another possibility could be the G-spot stimulation during masturbation leading to female ejaculation giving you feeling of urgency of urine. If no infection is found, then this could be the reason for your symptoms.
Hope this helps. Take care.



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