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A 29-year-old male asked:

lots of pre-cum b4 pee. frequent urination. but very low mild erection on seeing porn.on masturbation, i reach orgasm point without erection.wt is it?

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Dr. Samuel Lee
Urology 31 years experience
UTI: Possible prostatitis. Recommend Cipro (ciprofloxacin) therapy x 2 weeks. IF persistent, then see a urologist.

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My doctor said I had UTI symptoms and prescribed antibiotics without performing a urine culture. Should I be concerned?

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Not necessarily: Generally, it is better to have a culture in order to identify the bacteria and ensure that it is sensitive to the antibiotic chosen. It is possible for non-infectious problems to cause symptoms similar to a uti. If the symptoms do not resolve after a course of antibiotics you should probably return for a urine culture prior to further treatment.
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If you take viagra (sildenafil) prior to sleep would nocturnal erections induce priapism?

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Possibly: Viagra (sildenafil) and any agent used treat erectile dysfunction can induce priapism. If viagra (sildenafil) is taken at night, then it is possible that a normal erection could last longer and cause priapism. Who actually develops priapism depends on their risk factors such as age, comorbidities including diabetes and hypertension, and use of other medications. The more comorbidities a man has, the less likely.
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Is it possible to have kidney stones, but not have any evidence of them in urine samples or ultrasounds?

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Yes: These stones may be too small see on ultrasound and a routine urinalysis may easily miss stones as well. The best test for diagnosing the majority of stones in the urinary tract is a ct scan without contrast. This will detect the majority of kidney stones but a few may be missed occasionally.
A 29-year-old member asked:

Everytime I pee it hurts and my lower back hurts also could I be pregnant?

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Maybe a coincident: Painful urination and low back ache are more likely to be signs of a urinary tract infection ( bladder or kidney infection) . If you are concerned about pregnancy a pregnancy test should be performed. In addition to that, a urine test should be done to rule out a bladder or kidney infection.
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What might cause a yellow cottage cheese-like vaginal discharge, and burning during urination?

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Dr. Vance Harris
Family Medicine 37 years experience
Probable yeast infec: It sounds like you probably have a vaginal infection. Usually yeast willgive a thick white discharge. You can use over-the-counter medication to treat but you should see your dr. For a proper diagnosis if it doesn't resolve with over-the-counter treatment for yeast infection.

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