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Urinary tract infection post intercourse, burning sensation on urination, lying down. Causes?

i had sexual intercourse last week and assumed i was getting a urinary tract infection because everytime i went to pee it would burn and nothing would come out. a few days later i was able to pee fine but now i have the worst burning sensation even when i am laying down and i have no idea what it is, it is so bad that i nearly cry over the pain
Asked On : Sun, 22 Jul 2012
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Most likely you are suffering from urinary infection. You have not mentioned your age and sex. By your history I assume you are a young female. Urinary tract infection is common in sexually active females. Some individuals are more prone to infection because of their genetic make-up.
You need to test you urine for infection and should be treated by appropriate antibiotics according to the urine culture report. visit a urologist.
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