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every time i go to the bathroom, urine continues to leak out of my penis afterwards. is there anything i can do?

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Dr. Robert Kwok
Pediatrics 33 years experience
Proper peeing habits: Post-void dribbling is the leakage of a bit of urine after the penis is back in the pants. Boys can see a pediatrician to be sure the penis & testes are ok, but men should maybe see a urologist since adults can have more serious problems. If the penis is normal and the foreskin is not trapping urine, then be sure the penis hangs freely while peeing. Relax at the end to let the last drops come out.
Dr. David Brouwer
Internal Medicine 30 years experience
Urinary incontinence: To fully evaluate this problem, I would recommend an examination of your abdomen and pelvis, as well as a digital rectal exam to check your prostate. A urinalysis is indicated, and perhaps some blood tests if the urine is normal. If there is an infection in your bladder or prostate, antibiotics will be necessary. If this is due to a bladder problem there are medications for that as well. Good luck

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Should I be worried that my baby tugs on his penis?

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Dr. Sharon Gilliland
Pediatrics 36 years experience
No: Absolutely not. It is completely normal for an infant to tug on, fondle or rub his penis once he's developmentally capable of finding it with his hand.
A member asked:

How can I care for my uncircumcised baby's penis?

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Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
Specializes in Pediatrics
Nothing: There is no care necessary for a newborn's uncircumcised penis. Most times the foreskin cannot be retracted initially so trying to pull it back will result in pain and possible scarring.
A 35-year-old member asked:

Should I be concerned if my urine is brown?

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Dr. Ruth Crystal
Obstetrics and Gynecology 27 years experience
Yes: Brownish urine may be concentrated meaning that you are not drinking enough water. However, i would recommend calling your doctor's office for a urinalysis to make sure that nothing else more serious is going on.
A 22-year-old member asked:

Should my baby's urine be dark yellow?

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Dr. Irwin Berkowitz
Specializes in Pediatrics
No: This suggests most likely that the urine is concentrated and the baby needs more fluids, particularly if the baby is otherwise doing well.
A 44-year-old member asked:

What should I do for a hypospadias 1 inch away from the tip of my penis?

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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
See pedi urologist: An experienced pediatric urologist, or a reconstructive urologic surgeon with plenty of experience with urethral reconstruction, are probably the best drs. To deal with this problem. We advise patients that the urinary meatus should reach the the coronal sulcus (groove at base of glans) for satisfactory fertilility. Alternative is to do nothing if functions (urination & sex) are satisfactory..

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