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Burning Sensation In Penis After Urination
A burning sensation can be descriptive of nerve pain, some variations of migraine, and even central brain problems after a stroke. Have heard this said associated with phantom limb syndrome, reflex sympatheric dystrophy, and trigeminal neuralgia. Other patients might say ...Read more
Slight burning sensation in penis which goes after peeing,no cloudy urine,no foul smelling urine,frequemt urination 8 times a day.im virgin teen male?
This sounds like: either a urinary tract infection or irritation of the urethra (the tube that brings the urine to the outside). This could be from masturbation or tight clothing or biking. Please see your doctor so that you can get tested for a urinary tract infection. Meanwhile, drink plenty of fluids and avoid irritating activities while the symptoms are present. ...Read more
I've bled after urinating. I see it after, in droplets. Initially it was heavy, but now its lighter. I feel a burning sensation in penis. Not a uti?
Get evaluated.: Blood in the urine may occur in the case of a urinary tract infection, so i recommend appropriate evaluation with possible treatment if a UTI is detected. The presence of pain or burning with urination is common in infections. There are many causes of blood in the urine, however, such as kidney stones, trauma, and blood vessel issues. Seek evaluation for a full workup. ...Read more
Infection? : You might have uti, go have it checked soon... Good luck! ...Read more
Having constant burning sensation in penis:
-uroflow test shows flow problems
-blockage sensation in penis while urinating.
-turbulent urine flow suspected.
Penile Flow: The most likely cause is a stricture or narrowing of the urethra. Did you even have a kidney stone? Urinary instrumentation? A previously treated std? Is the penis "crooked?" peronies disease could cause this: http://www.Ncbi.Nlm.Nih.Gov/pubmedhealth/pmh0002257/. Does your urologist have no theories? ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After masturbating 15 minutes ago, I got his bad burning sensation the tip of my penis. It also feels like I need to urinate a lot. Why is this?
One can try less...: Less friction, less force (fewer pounds per square inch, of hand force), and perhaps longer intervals between masturbation events. If symptoms continue despite thoughtful improvements in technique and/or frequency, then it will be time to get evaluated by one's primary care doctor. ...Read more
I notice a clear white discharge from my penis after I woke up from sleep I went to urinate after I felt a burning sensation for awhile why is that?
STD? Or normal?: ...almost always is due to STD: gonorrhea, chlamydia, or nongonococcal urethritis (NGU). Painful urination often goes along with it. Onset of symptoms typically is 2-5 days for gonorrhea, 1-2 weeks for chlamydia and NGU, which might help you judge when and from whom you caught it. See a doctor or clinic ASAP for examination, testing, and treatment. Good luck! ...Read more
I sometimes have a burning sensation on the tip of my penis. I am not sexually active. This sensation is sometimes after urinating?
Urethritis: In men who have never been sexually active, irritant urethritis from garments, personal care products, or other factors can be involved. If you have ever had sex, chlamydia or particularly gonorrhea is a concern. There is also a risk that a UTI could be present, though these are much more rare in men. Urinalysis at your pcp can help sort this out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a itching inside head of my penis and uthera. Burning sensation after urination. Little discomfort after ejaculation. No pus seen?
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