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Burning after urination. Urine test okay. Pain during erection

well im 18 years old and i been having this problem for a month i started to feel a burn AFTER I WAS DONE PEEING, that was the only problem but later on i had sex and after that i started to have sharp pains when erected and i still cant understand why and now it STILL BURNS AFTER IM DONE PEEING AND I FEEL SHARP PAINS WHEN ERECTED ON MY PENIS i got tested by a pee sample and it camed back that everything was ok that i did not had nothing wrong, but i still keep having the same problems but i havent had no urologist to check me out.
Asked On : Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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hi there.
the most common cause leading to this can be urethral stone.they are tiny stones there in the urethra which will cause pain in certain position and activity.
and burning when infection occurs because they form a focus for bacteria.
so best thing would be to consult a urologist soon as they can be easily diagmosed and treated.
Answered: Fri, 30 Nov 2012
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