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What causes painful urination?

I am staying at a hotel and on Monday night I used the Jacuzzi and woke up the next morning with a burning when I urinate. Is it possible that the Jacuzzi the night before has caused this burning? I had thought that I got soup up there, but the burning has not stopped.
Thu, 26 Nov 2015
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Hi Welcome to HEALTHCARE MAGIC..

I have gone through your query and can understand your concern.

According to your symptoms your must be having urinary tract infection after having Jacuzzi bath. The symptom include burning sensation during urination, frequent urination & sometimes lower abdominal pain.
you should get a urine examination done. Presence of epithelial, pus cells & RBCs in urine will suggest infection. Antibiotics would be needed. Drinking ample amount of water would help. Also keep your genital clean & dry.

so you should visit a urologist

Hope this information helps
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What causes painful urination?

Hi Welcome to HEALTHCARE MAGIC.. I have gone through your query and can understand your concern. According to your symptoms your must be having urinary tract infection after having Jacuzzi bath. The symptom include burning sensation during urination, frequent urination & sometimes lower abdominal pain. you should get a urine examination done. Presence of epithelial, pus cells & RBCs in urine will suggest infection. Antibiotics would be needed. Drinking ample amount of water would help. Also keep your genital clean & dry. so you should visit a urologist Hope this information helps