after i do sex with my boy for the 2nd time i get bleeding when urinatio and frequent urination!!!! 1st time when v do sex nothing hapen because we jus did it like normal but the 2nd time was hard....can i noe wat is tis???
Sounds like you contracted a UTI. You need to get antibiotics from the doctor now so it can't progress to anything worse. For future reference: always be sure to clean before and after sex. This way, no bacteria can get up the urethra and have time to grow overnight. Peeing before and after sex can help eliminate any bacteria that has gotten up there.
Your age says 16, so my guess is your parents probably don't know you're having sex. Don't worry about them finding out based on this. You can get a UTI even without having had sex.
It does sound like a uti. A trick my dr. told me when I was younger was to get up and go pee right after you did the deed instead of rolling over and going to sleep. So I would go to the dr just to make sure it isnt an STD. Good luck.
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