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Pain while having sex, intensifying, burning sensation while urinating. Urine sample shows no infection. What is it ?

Hello, My names AAAAAA and I m 17 years old, I was wondering if you could help me out with my rather embarrassing problem. Basically back in December 2011 I had sex for the first time, everything was perfectly fine until about three weeks after, I started getting a burning sensation before, during and after I needed/went to the toilet and I noticed that I had the pain every time I had sex. I didn t think anything of the pain until the pain started to increase intensity. So, when this happened at the end of January I immediately got in touch with my doctors and they asked to bring in a sample of my urine , however, the sample I provided had come back negative that I had no infection. Therefore, they said they were unable to help. I was determined to get rid of my problem that each time I had the pain I handed in more urine samples up until December 2012 when my pains completely disappeared until I started getting pain during sex, I now get pain when a penis enters me and when it is inside me. It would be great if you could help me get to the bottom of why I ve had these pains and could the pain during sex could be related to the urinating pain somehow? Kind regards, AAAAAA
Asked On : Sat, 9 Mar 2013
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To start off with I would like to say that I am extremely dissapointed in the health care providers mentioned by you.

To start off with, the next time you havr such a presentation (and if it is present now), please request for a urine culture and sensitivity examination along with a vaginal swab test (a culture of the same) will be required as well.

Your presentation resembles that of an infection, so I would concentrate on the two above investigations. Try to produce and early morning urine sample and not one taken any other time during the day as this would be more diluted and would yield and inaccurate result.

You may also go ahead with a pap smear and a transvaginal ultrasound scan (TVS) to follow the first two investigations.

Hope this helps.

Best wishes.
Answered: Sat, 20 Jul 2013
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