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I had sex and we found out the condom had broke a little too late. We went for a plan b pill and I took it right away. The next day I started feeling an extreme need to urinate but nothing really comes out. Also when I do urinate, it hurts. Is this normal.
I was taking magnesium oxide tablets for chronic constipation. After an onset of painful urination, itchy scalp, which were so severe that I had to go to the ER twice within one week. I have been to a urologist, a gynecologist and a neurologist who diagnosed me with RA. I also have back pain caused by scoliosis and other spinal problems. Doctors have yet to determine the cause except for the neurologist who said I had a "flare-up". A flare-up??? Symptoms disappeared for about a couple of weeks and then re-appeared after I had to take the Magnesium again for constipation. I can't help but think that it is the cause of my painful urination. Recently I self treated with Monistat because I thought I may have a yeast infection ( I read that yeast infections can cause painful urination) I am wondering if anyone else is experiencing painful urination after taking Magnesium Oxide tablets
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