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    Is it possible to have a long-lasting, mild, urinary tract Infection?
    balokf posted:
    22 years old

    I don't smoke, drink, do drugs, or even drink soda (just water and sometimes a cup of orange juice in the morning). I have a fairly normal diet (I eat a lot of home cooked meals).

    For more than 6 years I've always felt a mild burning sensation after urinating, and sometimes my urine has a white cloudiness to it (I know this from pulling my foreskin back while cleaning the remaining urine with a piece of toilet paper after urinating). I also tend to go to the bathroom a little more than average (e.g. I go to the bathroom at least 4-5 times at night when I'm reading in bed or working on my laptop).

    I'm now beginning to realize that this problem is making me feel more self-conscious and uncomfortable while in public. I have to urinate before working out or going out in public.
    balokf responded:
    I'm also never satisfied after urinating. I can always make myself urinate again if I try hard enough (these urinations are equivalent to the ones a person does while still doing #2).

    Sorry for the double post.

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