Hi. I'm a 24yr old woman and i've had herpes for over 3 years. I've had several utis since I was 16...i tend to hold my urine alot and not drink enuff water. In dec I had burning while urinating assuming it was a uti I immediately increased my water intake, drunk unsweetened organic cranberry juice, and took Azo which stopped the burning until I made an appt( burning started again after my appt). My uti test and std test came back neg...also the burning eventually stopped. I had sex 2 weeks ago(with my longtime bf) and held my urine after sex smh. Later that day I had burning while urinating so I did the same routine I did in dec...pain stopped. However Im having an outbreak and burning in the urethra...does blisters infect the urethra? I dont have the urgency to urinate and no lower back pain or pelvic pain.
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