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That's a pretty common symptom. Actually it's a good thing - it tells you you have a problem and you can often clear the infection by drinking TONS of water and getting an over the counter medication. Ask a pharmacist. I used to get urinary tract infections a lot when I was younger, usually after too much of a good thing in bed. Women can also get them from wiping themselves back to front instead of front to back. Know your body and pay attention to the warning signs.

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*Always be sure to maintain a sufficient intake of water, especially during exercise.

*Consult a Physician for any irritation or pain that persists for more than a day.

No, it is not normal. Burning or stinging pain during urination can be a sign of serious irritation or infection of the urethra, which carries urine from the bladder. Urinary tract infections (UTI) and some sexually transmitted diseases (STD) can cause this sensitivity. However, it can also result from sexual over-exertion in males, and from certain types of body chemicals removed by the kidneys. Adequate water intake is important to prevent high concentrations of these chemicals in the urine.

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No. People are not always aware of symptoms associated with a bladder infection (the most common kind of urinary tract infection, or UTI), though the hallmark symptoms are frequency, urgency, and burning with urination. Sometimes the pain is more a dull ache, and at other times the infection may be painless, at least at first. Women get a lot more bladder infections, and they are the most likely to experience the classic symptoms. Since we are talking about UTIs in general, there are others: urethritis, which is an inflammation of the urethra, or the "tube" that passes urine from the bladder to the outside of the body ureteritis, which is an inflammation of one or both of the ureters, which carry waste products from the kidneys to the bladder for excretion kidney infection (there are many kinds, depending on the part of the kidney most involved), which can be painless initially, but usually ends up causing intense "flank" pain, or pain over or near the kidneys. If you suspect that you have a UTI, you should see a health professional. They are often caused by normal body flora which gets into the wrong place, but can also be a sign of a more serious infection or condition, which may, if untreated, seriously impact your health. If you are a woman, prevention may be enhanced by the intake of cranberry juice &/or vitamin C to keep your urine more acidic. If you have sex infrequently, infections may occur after you have had intercourse, so urinating after sex may help. Also, don't wear underwear that doesn't "breathe". The best is cotton. And, avoid taking bubble baths, as the soap can break down the body's natural barrier and carry bacteria right up to the bladder. Men, who have longer urethras and therefore fewer UTIs, should definitely see someone if they suspect a UTI. Men often have bleeding with urination before they have very much pain, which can be scary, but all UTIs are easily treated with antibiotics when they are caught early.

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Yes it can. That is one common symptom. Another is feeling as if you really need to go, but being unable to do so or only urinating a very small amount. Sometimes, you might also see blood in your urine (your pee), or the urine may have a bad odor. Fortunately, urinary tract infections (UTIs) are common and easily treatable in most cases. By all means, see your doctor, who can prescribe medication to treat your infection.

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Not necessarily. Every woman is different and canhave different symptoms for the same illnesses.

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Yes. Urine is slightly irritating and if you have an infection, it will further damage the tissue. You call this feeling a burning sensation.

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Yes that is one sign.

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