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    cannot pee properly
    qw24u668798700987655 posted:
    have this burning sensation this morning while trying to pee before during and after,i have a little back pain...n my bladder too..i pee every 15 or 30 minutes,and i have to force it out in other for it to go... i have this thing for 4 to 5 days now its really annoying do i see a doctor or its not really serious please help.idk what to do
    fcl responded:
    See a doctor. You have a urinary tract infection and you'll probably need antibiotics.
    Roy Benaroch, MD replied to fcl's response:
    It's not necessarily a urinary tract infection, but I agree need to see doc for evaluation. Best of luck-

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