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It's still possible you got a urinary tract infection
(UTI). Just because you didn't have pain doesn't mean it's not. Because your symptoms of frequently having to pee with not having a lot coming out is classic of a UTI. If I were you, I'd still go to the doc and check it out. All they have to do is have you pee in a cup and analyze it and then they give you antibiotics. Whenever you have sex, it's possible to get a UTI. Sometimes it's more mild and sometimes it's really bad. It just depends. That's why they say it's important for a woman to try to pee after having sex, to try to prevent a UTI. Consult your gynecologist for proper medication about cycles.