Why Does It Hurt When I Urinate?

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Pain while urinating is often caused by infection of one of the structures in the urinary track. Some of the infections are urinary tract infection as well as bladder stones. However, it is better to see a doctor so as to establish the exact cause.
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If there is pain associated with urination it could be caused by a urinary tract infection. You should seek the advice of a doctor because whether it is a urinary tract infection or std you will need medication.
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