My partner (a girl) has weird "almost burn like" feelings when peeing as she describes it.She did a bit of research on it and found that it could be a urinary tract infection.She is not sure though and thinks that it could be a matter of not washing up properly after unprotected sex.
I think it could be an issue of not washing up properly BEFORE unprotected sex.
I need help please!
Oh lots of things can. Holding your urine, as in needing to pee but waiting to go, not enough water, sex (pushes bacteria into the female, which ends up in the bladder), wiping back to front instead of front to back, not peeing after sex, and sometimes it just happens.
but, i'm not woman, sorry for send from here because i don't know where to ask (i'm new member)
I have some sore on foreskin of my penis 3months ago, at first i'd go to doctor then he gave me ciprofloxacin, and it's getting better, and i was stopped the dosage, that time the sore is happend again.
so i go to doctor again, he give me ofloxacin, it's getting better but when i stopped the dosage yesterday, now a sore is happend again inner foreskin of my penis.
so. . . what should i do? may be i was masturbate yesterday, i don't wanna go to doctor again,
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