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Pain, burning in urethra near the tip of penis if I urinate soon after ejaculation. What's going on ?

Sometimes if I urinate soon after ejaculation , I will feel pain in my urethra near the tip of the penis . Also, sometimes I will feel mild discomfort even before I have urinated. The burning pain during urination usually only lasts for about 30 minutes with mild discomfort lasting another 30 minutes or so. During this time, it feels like I can t empty my bladder and I end up visiting the bathroom many times, only urinating a little at a time. This only happens periodically and can happen after masturbation or intercourse. I have had this problem for several years now (even before I became sexually active). Since it only happens once in a while, I haven t mentioned it to a doctor, but I d like to know what the problem is and if I can do anything about it. I plan on asking my doctor about this next time I go in for a checkup, but in the meantime I am hoping someone here can help me understand what is going on. Thanks.
Asked On : Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hello dear there is nothing to worry. Sometimes a small amount of semen enters bladder, this causes irritation and burning. Dont urinate just after ejaculation. Wait for ten minute and then ejaculate, you ll be relieved.
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Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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Dermatologist Dr. Rahul Kumar's  Response
Hello dear there is nothing to worry. Sometimes a small amount of semen enters bladder, this causes irritation and burning. Dont urinate just after ejaculation. Wait for ten minute and then ejaculate, you ll be relieved.
Thank you
Answered: Sun, 24 Feb 2013
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