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Have gastric problem. Can it cause burning in urine?

sir, I am 45 years old and for nearly 1.5 years i am facing burning sensetion in urine I have gastric problem too menstural cycle is over since 1 year...........i took cheakup from many doctors but no results came ............all chekups have done but there was nothing in test .......I facing so much problem .............please help me...................
Asked On : Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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You seem to have dryness in the genital tract. The tissues in the region are dry and hence the burning sensation during urination. I hope you are hydrating well.

Dryness is because of inadequate female hormone called Oestrogen. Since you already attained menopause it is premature. If I am right you have the same problem during the intercourse or after intercourse. It can be a systemic problem and you may have multiple system problems like gastritis, fatigue, skin issues etc.

You should check with an Endocrinologist.
Answered: Mon, 18 Jun 2012
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