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Is this normal?

By Anonymous November 15, 2010 - 9:01pm
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I honestly feel silly asking this question.... but here it goes. Normally after sex I can pee normally but if he ejaculates inside me it feels like i have to pee for hours but only a little comes out. It feels like a urinary track infection but it is only for the hours directly after intercouse and only after he ejaculates inside me. Is this normal? Should i speak to my doctor about it?

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Hi Anonymous,
Thanks for your question. Generally speaking, if you feel like you have to urinate (especially after sex), it's best to heed the call and avoid getting an infection. I cannot tell you what it is. Just that if it concerns you, call your doctor's office and ask them if it warrants a visit with the doctor. Would you say it's just an urgency, or do you experience burning with the urination. Do you use a water-based lubrication during sex at all? Do you think you are experiencing any other symptoms? Let us know so we can help you to advocate with your doctor.
Here are some articles that may help you--let us know if anything sounds familiar:
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There are no stupid questions--that is what we and your health care providers are here for, so you can have the knowledge and advocate for your own good health.
Good luck and let us know how you're doing.

November 16, 2010 - 9:12am
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Don't know if it's normal, but it has happend to me many times. It might be a form of cystitis, which is a urinary tract infection, but I never had it diagnosed.

November 16, 2010 - 6:31am
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