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How are you? Burning sensation after or during micturition is due to infection. Infection is not always sexually transmitted, it can occur due to contamination from the anus, improper hygiene, stones in the urinary tract or due to non- specific reasons.
UTI are more common in females due to small urethra and close proximity of urethra to the anus. Infection most often is due to E.coli.
I would suggest that you get a urine analysis and culture done and visit a urologist with reports. Depending upon the causative organism, a course of antibiotics would help in clearing up the infection.
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