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Frequent Urination in Women

Women who are sexually active, especially women with a new partner or more than one partner, also need to consider the possibility of sexually transmitted urethral infection. If you are sexually active with a new partner or more than one partner, be sure to tell your doctor.

While the most likely cause of your symptoms is a bladder infection, you want to be sure you don't have a sexually transmitted infection instead.

Have you noticed one or more of the following?

- A vaginal discharge

- Sores or blisters in or near your vagina

- Irritation in the vaginal area

Yes, I have one or more of these symptoms.

No, I have none of these symptoms.

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