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Frequent Feeling Of Urination And Urethritis
Unpleasant feeling in urethra. Sti checks via pcr negative. semen sample positive enterococcus faecalis. not found in urine Can this cause urethritis?
Most of my urethritis symptoms are gone. But, I am still urinating a lot (not as much I was at first). What should I do?
UTI: Pain, burning on urination, may indicate a urinary tract infection. For a young man, UTI may be caused by sexually transmitted infections and other more routine bacteria. However, UTI in a young man definitely needs to be investigated. You need to see your provider for exam and urinalysis to check for infection and started on appropriate treatment. ...Read more
Urethritis and burning on urination that lasts for days/weeks and then remits. Treated for prostatitis 5 years ago with 6 weeks Cipro, (ciprofloxacin) have had since?
I was in the hospital and a condom catheter was put on me. It's been a week since then and I still have pain urinating. Maybe urethritis? Any advice?
Condom catheter: This may be an infection and you should report this to your doctor to obtain proper treatment. ...Read more
I found a lump at the base of my penis i went to the doctor for a burning sensation when i urinate they are treating me for urethritis but i just foun?
May be 2 different..: The lump at penile base means it locates near the pubic area. If so, is it hurting and how long has it been there? If not hurting and longtime bump, it may be just a sevaceous cyst or a mole. Treating dysuria would not be related with the bump. If dysuria is urethirtis-related, it is usually related with chlamydia and you will feel better within 3-7 days. Besides, practice healthy lifestyle... ...Read more
Diagnosed w urethritis 4 days ago, I still have white discharge, pain while urinating. Also Dr. gave shot of Rocephin (ceftriaxone) and 1g zithromax. ?
Can you still have urethritis if your urine cultures are coming back negative, after having a uti, that i got treated for and urine culture now ( -).
Yes: Urethritis is inflammation of urethra. As such, it has several causes, most frequently urinary tract infection such as bladder or kidney infection. Sexually transmitted disease/infection are another common cause of urethritis. However, typical urine culture won't look for std/stis. You'll need separate testing for those bacteria & virus which cause std/stis. ...Read more
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