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Please help. When I urinate, I get a burning pain.

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    Hi Guys

    2 days ago, I noticed that when I urinate, I get a sharp, burning pain in my urethra. It goes away once I've stopped urinating.

    I'm male. Could it be an STI?

    I've always used condoms.
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    Infections don't have to be sexually transmitted. UTI's are less common in males, but they still are seen. Go to ur GP.
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    could just be a urine infection rather than an STI. They are really common, just go to a doctor and they'll give you some medicine to get rid of it quicker
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    Probably a UTI.

    Do you get any blood in your urine at all?

    UTI's are very easily cleared up with antibiotics but you need to go to a doctor asap and get checked out. UTI's are less common in guys but can be serious if left untreated and can lead to kidney infections to get straight to a GP.
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    Cystitus. Almost definitely. Best go see your GP anyway but if it is just Cystitus it should either pass in a few days or you can get a cream to clear it up.
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    Like others have said, it could be UTI. Only way to be sure is to see your GP


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