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Burning sensation after urination

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  • Posted By: yelloweskimo
  • March 19, 2008
  • 04:04 AM

Hi Everyone,
My partner has recently informed me that he sometimes gets a mild burning sensation AFTER (not during) urination. He said its been on and off for a month, and does not happen everytime he goes to the bathroom (probably 1 in every 3-4 times he goes). He does not have any pain or discomfort with an erection or when he ejaculates. He says that his right testicle is a little sore at the moment too. Does anyone know what this could be? I have looked up a lot of internet sites and most have conditions for burning during urination, not afterwards. I don't think he has any increased urgency to pee either. His sex drive has been down a little too, but that happened a month or so before this other stuff. He's refusing to see a doctor. So any help would be much appreciated!!!
Thank you all in advance

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  • maybe an STD? have him tested
    GivenUp 135 Replies Flag this Response
  • Hi Everyone,My partner has recently informed me that he sometimes gets a mild burning sensation AFTER (not during) urination. He said its been on and off for a month, and does not happen everytime he goes to the bathroom (probably 1 in every 3-4 times he goes). He does not have any pain or discomfort with an erection or when he ejaculates. He says that his right testicle is a little sore at the moment too. Does anyone know what this could be? I have looked up a lot of internet sites and most have conditions for burning during urination, not afterwards. I don't think he has any increased urgency to pee either. His sex drive has been down a little too, but that happened a month or so before this other stuff. He's refusing to see a doctor. So any help would be much appreciated!!!Thank you all in advanceHi,It could be a number of things. I had similar symptoms and was diagnosed with prostatitis. Its a type of prostate infection that can stick around for a long time. He should go and see a Urologist. A good one too because I had to get a second opinion after the first one misdiagnosed me. Best of luck.
    Anonymous 42789 Replies Flag this Response
  • Since he's refusing to see a doctor, I would refuse to have sex with him.
    rad-skw 1605 Replies Flag this Response
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