Symptom: Painful Urination

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Painful Urination

Painful Urination is aching or discomfort in the genitals during or after urination. Pain while urinating may be due to a sexually transmitted infection or other underlying condition.

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I have had several urinary tract infections.1/23/2012 at 02:40 PM
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After a tonic clonic (grand mal) seizure, the pain can last days or months. When I have one, I usually have extensive back, neck, leg, and ankle pain for several days to a couple weeks. When I have multiple seizures (such as when I was diagnosed), the pain can last for months. When I had 3 of them in one day during August of 2007, the effects on my body were so severe that for roughly 3 months I was taking both ibuprofen and prescription vicodin on an alternating basis. Even with that much pain medication, I still found it difficult to sleep or do my normal activities. I still have tongue sensivity from that event because of how severely I bit my tongue.4/28/2010 at 07:21 AM
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Last updated on Jul 08 2012 at 23:51
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