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Why does it Burn when I pee? Will it help to take Cranberry Tabs?

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5in

Why does it burn when I pee if there is no blister around the urethra? Is it internal blister? Is it a track infection? Is there something I can Take to ease the pain? Sorry for another thread. Its just kind of urgent due to the extreme pain. I know baths help . I went to the store and bought some cranberry standardized tablets that contain Vitamin C 30 Mg As Esrwe C Calcium ascorbate, and cranberry ultra anti-adherence 90MX concentrate. Any help would be greatly appreciated.:eek:

Ps. I do have GH.

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ScaredToTell

It's likely a small fissure in the skin, invisible to the naked eye. I have also had a stinging sensation when I pee as the only symptom of an OB...nothing visible.

In post-partum, women who have recently given birth are given squirt bottles filled with warm water that they can squirt down there when they urinate. It dilutes the urine and reduces the sting.

Cranberry is helpful if the stinging is due to a urinary tract infection. If the stinging is due to your GH cranberry won't help...but is still good for you.

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Jrzygrl17

If the stinging is due to GH (which I know you don't know)...To my knowledge, keeping the area DRY is best...but if the bath seems to help I guess keep doing it?

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ForgetTomorrow

Drinking lots and lots of water will help to dilute your urine and reduce the stinging a bit. I hope you feel better.

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sosadsoworried

lean way way forward and spread your legs wide when you pee too (I'm assuming you're a girl) so the urethra is pointing straight down at the toilet and the legs are spread to allow everything to open up so the urine touches a minimal amount of surrounding tissue, it makes a HUGE difference.

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