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Detect an STD: pain during intercourse, urinary burns

You have pain during sex, and / or burning while urinating. These symptoms require consultation with a doctor.

These symptoms can indeed reveal an STI:
> Vulvovaginal mycosis.
> A vaginitis.
> Gonorrhea.
> A salpingitis. Want to share, share your experience or need advice? Appointment in our FORUMS STD, Sexuality or A doctor answers you!

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