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Burning sensation on ejaculation, frequent urination, after unprotected sex. Cure for above symptoms?

I had unprotected sex a couple weeks ago, and ever since I have been experiencing a very warm (not quite burning) sensation when I ejaculate. Also I ve noticed that I have the urge to urinate more frequently during the day (5-6 times now as opposed to twice daily). My partner assures me that she is STD free as she hasn t had unprotected sex with anyone else in several years, and she is the only person I ve had unprotected sex with in several years as well.
Asked On : Sat, 10 Nov 2012
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hi,
Even though it is not an STD still it can be urinary tract infection. Your complaint of painful ejaculation, frequency of urination suggests infection in the prostate or urinary tract. Get your urine examined for evidence of infection. You should visit a doctor and may be you need a prostatic examination to see if there is tenderness which again suggests prostatic infection. You may also need semen culture and should be treated by appropriate antibiotics.
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