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UTI: It sounds like you may have a uti. Go to a doctor for evaluation and treatment if the studies are positive. ...Read more
Prostate enlargement: It is very common due to inefficient bladder emptying. Also, other causes include urethral stricture and bladder atony that produce small frequent voids. Also, urinary tract infection but usually have burning discomfort with it. Frequency at night only is also associated with kidney disease or heart failure due to edema and fluid retention. ...Read more
Infection: See your doctor today (not an emergency). You may ave a urinary tract infection. In the meantime, increase fluids. ...Read more
You need to see: urologist. He/she can assess and treat your situation. If one doesn't do it, find another. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Lump on urethra, itching urethra, frequent urination, pain when erect, slight burn with urination?
Infection: Sounds like an infection. With a bump it could be a boil. Most infections does not cause bumps. All of the other symptoms are likely related to irritation of the bump, either with urine passing next to it or an erection stretching it. Get seen for this. Stds can present as bumps that ulcerate. Avoid sexual contact until evaluated. ...Read more
Frequent urination with cloudy urine, slight burning sensation, spotting, yellow discharge. Whats wrong?
See your physician: There are many various genital-urinary disorders which could cause pain after urination (e.g. kidney stone, UTI, etc.). I can appreciate your concerned about your health, but finding a proper diagnosis and treatment may be the answer to your worries. Rec.: see your physician for examination, tests and referral, if needed, for the treatment. ...Read more
Pregnancy Test: In a female of child bearing age, pregnancy must always be considered and ruled out or in with almost all abdominal or pelvic problems. The next thing on the list of possible problems would be some sort of infections - either in the female organs (vagina, utereus, tubes) or in the urinary system. Those are the most common things that would account for all of these problems. ...Read more
Many possibilities.: Urinary frequency can occur for many reasons, and finding the cause can often require a detailed patient history, physical exam, or other testing. I suggest seeing your primary care physician for evaluation. If your symptoms are very bothersome, seek a urologist. Keeping a bladder diary for 48 hours is very helpful for the physician: write down when and how much you drink, and when you void. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
YOU NEED TO DISCUSS: This with your doctor. It is a sign of possible issues in your urinary tract. ...Read more