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i have recently started back having sex with the bf. and it seems like when we wait abt a month to have sex it gives me this weird feeling the next day after. is that normal? its kind of like the feeling when a woman gets a UTI and she has the feeling like she has to go to the bathroom every 5 seconds... is this normal at all for a 18 year old? or should i go see a doctor. my older sister tells me to drink water and it seems like it works if i drink and drink and drink. help me please
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replied May 25th, 2011
Hello,

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It is usual to have UTI after intercourse.If the symptoms of burning in urination are present and also you need to go loo frequently then they are suggestive of UTI itself.
Drink lots of water daily.
Take Craneberry juice daily.It helps in UTI.
Do not hold urine for long.Evacuate bladder completely as you have the urge to urinate.
Wash your self and pass urine after the intercourse.
If the symptoms persist then consider visiting a Physician for examination and get a Urine test done to see the infection so that appropriate treatment can be started.

Take Care!


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