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I had unprotected sex with my girlfriend a year ago for the first time. Soon after, like 2 days, she got her first bladder infection. It seemed as though every time I would *** inside of her she would have pain shortly after, or she would get a new UTI or bladder infection.
We recently broke up. And now I am seeing a new girl. Two weeks ago I had sex with her for the first time. I didn't *** inside of her, but I didn't wear a condom the whole time. Two weeks later, she tells me she is going to urgent care because she has a bladder infection. She has never had one before.
Could it be me who is causing these bladder infections? Is there something wrong with me? What could it possibly be?
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