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Why it can feel like you have a UTI when you don’t

An irritated bladder accompanied me and my endometriosis all throughout my 20s, right after I became sexually active. When I experienced symptoms of unrelenting burning and frequent urination for the first time, I headed to the doctor. My urine culture confirmed I had a urinary tract infection — a bacterial infection, usually caused by E.coli that enters the urethra. But as time passed and my sex life continued, my painful symptoms persisted — often without any bacteria in my pee.

My doctors were at a loss for why I would have UTI-like symptoms if it wasn’t an infection. But as it turns out, many women feel like they have persistent UTIs without a positive urine culture, says Dr. Christina…

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