Bladder infection for one !!
if it hurts to go pee, you really should go to a doctor to get it checked out it could be a major thing or it could be that it is dirty down there but still GO TO A DOCTOR BETTER SAFE THAN SORRY BECAUSE IT COULD BE A STD. GO TO A DOCTOR.
Yes. Disuria (burning when you urinate) is a classic symptom of gonorrhea. You and your partner(s) need to seek treatment immediately. Do not have sex again until both you and your partner have been treated. Treatment will cure gonorrhea but will not confer any immunity. Unlike chicken pox, you can get gonorrhea as many times as you come into contact with it so it is extremely important that all partners be treated before resuming sexual relations. Can you get this even if you wore a condom? I was only unpotected with oral sex. Can I have been affected that way?
Trichomoniasis can cause painful urination.
Yes.Painful urination is a sign of STD, but it is also a sign of a bladder infection.
Painful urination is not common to pregnancy, however, urinary tract infections are and those can cause painful urination. regardless you need to be seen by a doctor.
Trichomoniasis can cause painful urination and itching.
Yes; pain during urination is a symptom of chlamydia.
There are several symptoms associated with prostate cancer. Among those are painful urination, painful erections, or not being able to urinate at all.
It shouldn't.... You need to have it checked out by an urologist.
Ghonorhea or Clamydia
It can be a STD or UTI. Have a doctor check it out.
Many infections can cause painful urination and abnormal discharge in men. These can include chlamydia, gonorrhea, prostatitis, trichomoniasis, and ureaplasma.
ewh then you have some kinda desease..... :D
You probably have Cystitis a urinary infection. Check it with your doctor.
Herpes often causes painful urination when urine hits the bumps or sores. Urinating in the shower, or covering the lesions with a mild ointment like diaper cream, may make urination more comfortable during healing.
Blood in the urine is hematuria, and painful urination is dysuria.
Dysuria (dis-YOU-ree-ah) is difficult, or painful urination (dys- means painful, and -uria means urination). This condition is frequently associated with urinary tract infections
Gonorrhea is the sexually transmitted disease that causes painful urination. It is treatable with modern antibiotics but left untreated can lead to pelvic inflammatory disease and can even affect joints and heart valves.
Most probably an infection. See a doctor for confirmation and medication.
Bacterial vaginosis does not cause painful urination. However, trichomoniasis, which is always accompanied by BV, can cause burning with urination. Trich is harder to diagnose than BV, and may be missed. If you have painful urination, contact your health care provider and find out if you were screened for trich. Trich is found with either an immediate examination of the vaginal discharge under the microscope, or a special swab for trichomonas. You may need a repeat exam.
yes! definitely. and even if they go away, the disease could still be there. Edit: Painful urination can also be an indicator of a UTI, which is not sexually transmitted. Talk to your doctor if you think you may have an STI.
YES!!! Because it has a kind of acid that I don't know what its called
Urinary tract infections like cystitis often cause pain with urination. Chlamydia can cause pain with urination as well. Some people who think they have a bladder infection (cystitis) actually have a chlamydia infection. Chlamydia can infect the urethra and cause painful urination. The infection doesn't normally ascend to the bladder.
It could cause discomfort, if the level becomes too concentrated. However, if it is seriously painful, it may be an infection or other causes, and shouldconsult a GP.