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What to do if i'm having a bit of problem in urinating. It irritates.?

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Dr. Craig Smith
34 years experience in Urology
Urology evaluation: Seek medical valuation by your primary care physician or urologist to obtain a thorough history and physical examination. Some men in their 40s will start to develop symptoms of bph. You may start to see a change in the strength of your stream as well as some irritative voiding symptoms. They may obtain a urinalysis, urine culture and may have you perform a urinary flow rate and check a pvr.
Answered on Apr 17, 2016
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