hi, this is a problem i am facing from last 3 days.. I have constantly a burning feeling like some thing is there in my lower urinary track i.e. in penis itself.. I do urinate a lot since i drink plenty of water .. during urination it is smooth and flow is good.. Could you please help me ..since i doubt there might be some blockage which continously hurts me ....?
Yes! Condoms were not invented to prevent STD's, they were invented to prevent Pregnancys! Just because you used a condom does not mean you are safe from getting an STD. Did you try the Cranberry juice? It could just be a simple chemical imbalance that the Cranberry juice will help level. But if it's a serious UTI, you'll need a doctor. And if it's an STD, you'll definitely need a doctor. I've had 2 STDs my self, thank God they were the cureable kind! If you're sexually active, even if it's once a year that you have sex, you need to get test every 3 months for STD's. HIV could show up months later after being with a partner that is infected. Please take it from me who has been there, be smart about your sexual relations. Sincerely, Molyba
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