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    Possible Injury from Masturbation. Please Advise.
    An_253771 posted:
    I am 24 years old and a virgin. When I masturbate, I do not finger myself, but 4 days ago I decided to try fingering my g-spot. About an hour after fingering myself, I went to go pee , and I felt this intense pain and burning sensation upon urinating. I felt really sore a for a few hours , and it continued to hurt intensely every time I peed. The next two days felt much less intense with slight burning. Today, the pain and burning has become more intense. I feel a consistent sensation like I need to pee along with a feeling of fullness. I feel embarrassed. Have I injured myself seriously? Should I see my doctor? I will also be having my period soon.
    Anon_5366 responded:
    Yes, see your doctor, you could have a UTI. (infection, bladder, kidney.)

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