Hi there and welcome. Well, I'm not sure. You honestly could be developing a UTI or bladder infection (uti is a urinary tract infection). Women get these for a variety of reasons including improper wiping. I would tell your mom about the pain, discomfort, frequent urination and she may want you to see a doctor to determine if you have a uti. This infection requires antibiotics to treat.
Sure, you could have gotten that if the person you were with's finger had bacteria on it, feces on it (I know it sounds gross but it happens) etc. and he got it in your uretha.
You really don't have to mention the fingering part to your mom or doctor. Like I said, women get these from non sexual reasons including wiping back to front. But you should probably be checked out. good luck dear and please be careful with your sexual activity!
Hello. I am a nurse and a woman and I would say that what you are feeling since you say there is no pain, could be not even related to the fooling around with BF. Since this happened, have you been thinking about it a lot? Maybe wanting to do it again or feel ready to have sex(if you haven't already)? The reason I ask this is that it could be a feeling of arousal that you are having. I am 34 years old and I get an uncomfortable feeling and have to pee a lot when I am very aroused. Another possibility would be a possible urinary tract infection which would require an antibiotic to treat, but would still be unlikely to develop that quickly after this.
The uncomfortable feeling that you are experiencing with the urge to urinate so often is not normal.
It is quite common to get infections that can spread to the urinary tract because we women have a short urethra.
You do not have to tell your doctor about having been fingered at all. What you do need to do is get your mum to take you to see your doctor and for you to take a morning urine sample to be checked for any infections.
It sounds very much that you have a bladder infection called Cystitis.
Even though you want to urinate a lot, make sure that you drink plenty of water. 2-3 litres per day is usually recommend, more if you sweat or workout. If you feel that it starts to sting or burn when you pee, you can drink a glassful of water with 1 teaspoonful of Bicarbonate of Soda, this will neutralise the acidic urine that is causing your symptoms.
Next time you boyfriend touches you, may sure that he has clean hands, and do not allow him to touch your bottom and then your vagina. That's how the germs can spread to the urinary tract.