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kat22gr
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by kat22gr on Tue Jun 04, 2019 1:07 pm

Burning

Hi, for the past few months my urine has caused burning on my skin. I don’t have cistitis as it doesn’t burn to actually pass water and I don’t get sudden urgency to pee. I do, however, have stress incontinence so wear a Tena panty liner. The burning is after peeing and also causes itching.
I’ve started using a barrier cream in the hope it will help.

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Mr Chris Harding
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by Mr Chris Harding on Wed Jun 12, 2019 7:33 am

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Sometimes making the urine less acid is good for this - you can buy over the counter preparations for this. Perhaps addressing the stress incontinence with physiotherapy or surgery if physio already tried should be considered.
Mr Chris Harding
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Prof Christopher Chapple
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by Prof Christopher Chapple on Thu Jun 13, 2019 1:17 pm

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I feel you need to be seen by a general practitioner and to be examined. Potentially either a barrier cream or other therapy might be helpful.
Prof Christopher Chapple
The Urology Foundation expert & Consultant Urological Surgeon

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