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By  jbuckets_404  |  36

OP isn't self-diagnosing. The Urgent Care doctor already informed her that it's an allergic reaction, not a UTI as OP initially thought and thus an antibiotic (therefore presumably) **wasn't** prescribed.

As for avoiding an allergic reaction in the future, OP will need to try out different brands of condoms (and lubes). Boy, that'll be "FUN" and not in a good way - until/ if ever she succeeds. Otherwise, there's the Pill, IUD, and b/c arm implant.

Good luck, OP!

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By  jbuckets_404  |  36

OP isn't self-diagnosing. The Urgent Care doctor already informed her that it's an allergic reaction, not a UTI as OP initially thought and thus an antibiotic (therefore presumably) **wasn't** prescribed.

As for avoiding an allergic reaction in the future, OP will need to try out different brands of condoms (and lubes). Boy, that'll be "FUN" and not in a good way - until/ if ever she succeeds. Otherwise, there's the Pill, IUD, and b/c arm implant.

Good luck, OP!

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  weeping_willow  |  20

It’s funny that you think that the place urine comes out and the place a penis goes in are the same thing.
Cleaning the vagina out will not change the way the urine smells.
And don’t clean out your vagina, it does that by itself.

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^ This. But since the d goes in the v and not the u, I don’t understand why OP’s urine smells any different to usual, due to an allergy and not some sort of infection, in a different bodily location?

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

Sliquid H2O is a good hypoallergenic lube, and the brand makes various other types (flavored, silicone, etc). Found their “naturals” lube to be a bit irritating tho.

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