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 Burning Sensation  

HTHGS: Burning sensation (written by Yvonne Fulbright MS. Ed)

Ask Yvonne,
My ex-g/f and I had sex many times. One of those times, I did not use a condom. After this occurred, the right side of the head of my penis had a burning sensation, and every time I urinated it burned. This continued for about 2 weeks, and than disappeared. But now it is coming back. What is it? Should I go see a doctor??? What can I do??? Can you please answer these questions???? Thank You, BW

Dear BW,
Though only a physician could give you a diagnosis, based on what you describe, it sounds like you may have a sexually transmitted infection (STI).  Since burning during urination is your main complaint, you could have gonorrhea, Chlamydia, bacterial vaginosis, trichomoniasis, or a yeast infection.  Luckily, all of these are bacterial infections and can be treated with antibiotics.

 Since it is likely that you got infected by your ex, it would be a good idea to use a condom the next time you sleep together.  Also, you may want to let her know about your infection once you have an accurate diagnosis.  Women are often asymptomatic (without symptoms) when it comes to STIís, and she may not know that she has an infection.  Therefore, if she doesnít get treated, she could keep re-infecting you during unprotected sex. Yvonne K. Fulbright, MS.Ed.



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