Hi there - I am a 45 year old woman that is experincing a sore bladder after peeing (but no buring or pain when peeing) and a frequent need or desire to pee. I have not had vaginal intercourse (unprotected) for at least three or four months (maybe longer) and one event of oral sex about 6 or 8 weeks ago. Could this bladder pain be the result of an STI?
many things can cause these issues for us gals. you need to be seen and get some basic testing done for starters. You can have stds causing these symptoms, non-std related infections as well as our hormones can cause issues like this too , especially as we age. follow up with your provider and also follow up with full std testing that includes herpes testing too since you've had unprotected sex and unprotected oral sex too.
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