Condition: Yellow And Burning Urine

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About Yellow And Burning Urine

Yellow and burning urine is yellow waste fluid that is excreted from the body that causes pain and burning as it passes from the body. Yellow and burning urine can be sign of a health problem, such as a urinary tract infection, sexually transmitted disease, or kidney problem. Yellow urine that is cloudy can indicate bacteria and some sort of infection, while urine that is dark yellow in color can be caused by some medications. Burning urine can also indicate an infection of the prostate in men or vaginal irritation, infections, or herpes in women. Yellow and burning urine may be accompanied by other symptoms, such as urinating more frequently.

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burning right at the end when i am peeing and the constant feel of needing to pee even when i do not1/22/2011 at 07:42 AM
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