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Weird mild burning sensation (pelvic area)

So I've been sexually inactive for a long time now (multiple years).  I even cut out masturbation.  However, I may have went into a huge binge the other week and for 4 times a day went at it.  At the end of the week, there is now a burning sensation where the pubic hair area is.  There is no rash/marking of any sort.  I trimmed up the area to make sure and have seen nothing.  Originally, I would also want to urinate more frequently.

It's been about a week and a half.  The urination rate has gone to normal, but it still burns.  It seems sensitive to heat/sweat especially.  My guess may be an infection of some kind?  What could possibly be causing the burning still and what would be some things I could do to help relieve some of the burn?
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Could you have Dyspareunia which is painful intercourse?  Just thought it could be that reason.
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I've never had painful intercourse.  And there has been no painful discharge.  One thing I've noticed is that my urine has been milky like the semen and urine have been mixing.  

Whenever I urinate, it's an immense relief.
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It could be an infection or just irritation after so long being undisturbed.. Which is very common in women.
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