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burning feeling all day after bowel movement and ejaculation?urinalysis and urine culture test clear. issues from 6 years after varicolectomy.solution

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Dr. Robert Kwok
32 years experience Pediatrics
Diagnosis first: In such a situation, one can ask for a Voiding Cystourethrogram (VCUG) and for an Abdominal + Bladder ultrasound scan. The VCUG may show that the urine is flowing the correct way during urination, or if there is a problem, it may show urine going into an unusual direction or location. The urologist and radiologist can help figure this one out.
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Dr. Robert Kwok
Dr. Robert Kwok commented
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Those specialists might check on the condition of the arteries and veins running along the spermatic cord, as well as the vas deferens inside the cord, to be sure things are flowing freely and properly (without scarring or other consequences of surgery). An ultrasound scan can show the flow of blood inside vessels. To check post-ejaculation symptoms, a scan may need to be done post-ejaculation.
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