Our expert says:
Sex can cause bladder irritation which may result in some burning of urine. It can also predispose to bladder infections. It is advisable to empty your bladder before and after sex, as this may lessen the risk. If the burning lasts for a couple of hours after sex, it is probably just irritation. If it persists, it is likely to be another infection.
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