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What is the cause of frequent urination?

My boyfriend came home and said that I gave him something . It couldn t be true . Before him I had sex with a basket ball player unprotected . But when me and my bf started having sex nothing was wrong with me or him . We went time with out seeing Eachother . Now he saying it tingles when he pees and it looks different . I have been having to pee a lot . And it has a weird feeling . It doesn t smell . Or look different . What s wrong ?
Fri, 12 Jul 2019
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OBGYN 's  Response
Hello,

Given that you had prior unprotected intercourse, there is a chance that you contracted an STD (sexually transmitted disease). Sometimes this can be in place for some time with no symptoms, and the earliest symptoms might be a discomfort with urination.

Also, bladder infections can cause pain with urination. In addition, your boyfriend cannot rule out, for the same reasons, that he also had an undiagnosed STD.

It is not worth trying to figure out who gave whom what, rather, you both need to get in for STD screening. In your case, you also need testing for a bladder infection.

Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further.

Take care

Regards,
Dr Timothy Raichle, OBGYN
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What is the cause of frequent urination?

Hello, Given that you had prior unprotected intercourse, there is a chance that you contracted an STD (sexually transmitted disease). Sometimes this can be in place for some time with no symptoms, and the earliest symptoms might be a discomfort with urination. Also, bladder infections can cause pain with urination. In addition, your boyfriend cannot rule out, for the same reasons, that he also had an undiagnosed STD. It is not worth trying to figure out who gave whom what, rather, you both need to get in for STD screening. In your case, you also need testing for a bladder infection. Hope I have answered your query. Let me know if I can assist you further. Take care Regards, Dr Timothy Raichle, OBGYN