Lots of people with vaginas have this problem. And yeah, burning pee really is the worst. Ridding your body of waste via your urine? Why not. Here, the eight most common reasons for painful urination also known as dysuria , plus what to do about it.
Causes of Painful Urination
Vaginal or Penile Burning After Sex: 17 Causes, Other Symptoms, More
Will it spray? Will it burn then spray? Who knows? The Problem: The spray feature on your metaphorical hose fires pee randomly into different corners of the bathroom all at once. When you urinate after sex, the urine flushes the residual semen down the urethra, pushing it toward the concentrated area near the tip. The fluid stream will spray out in different directions until it has a clear passage to flow normally.
What Causes Burning After Sex?
Do you notice a burning sensation or general pain when you pee after you have sex? Our friends at YourTango share their story. If no one has ever told you before, here's a little secret: It's a not only a good idea to pee just after having sex , it's a great idea. If you're used to heading for the ladies room before sex, save yourself the trip.
If no one has ever told you before, here's a little secret: It's not only a good idea to pee after having sex, it's a great idea. The good news is that dysuria fairly common in women, and many of the causes can be easily diagnosed and treated. Dysuria is a broad medical term for painful urination, which Harvard Medical School states is "Often described as a burning sensation The reason this happens to you and not your male sweetie is the same reason your bodies fit so nicely together — they are are designed differently.