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Intermittent Sharp Pain In Urethra
I have a sharp pain at the base of my spine and intermittent stabbing pains in my pelvis. I just passed a large thick clot sort of like wet paper?
Lower back/pelvic pa: I think you have an answer for the pain, if you are passing clots it could be from the uterine spam itself. ...Read more
The canal through which urine exits the bladder, discharging the urine externally. In men, it is about 20-cm long with a membranous, prostatic, bulbar, and pendulous segments ending at the glans penis; it gives passage to the spermatic fluid as well as urine. In the female, the urethra is about 4 cm long & in close relation with the anterior ...Read more
I feel sharp pain in urethra when i urinate, but the pain goes when i urinate after drinking a lot of water, urine always doesn't flowout of penis easily?
I am 23.Since 20 days I am experiencing sharp pain in urethra towards the end of urination, followed by vaginal burning. No uti. Sexually active.Help!
See your doctor: Impossible to tell without an exam. See your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
I am a female and am getting a sharp pain in my urethra after I urinate and sometimes just have the pain when I am walking ?
Found out I have a kidney stone about 5 days ago. Still haven't passed n in a lot of pain tonight and urethra has constant sharp pain. Go to er?
Last night I got kneed in the vagina. Now there is a sharp pain between my clit and urethra(I also started my period a little early). What do I do?
I have been having a sharp pain near my urethra and urgency to urinate, but only at night. I am fine during the day. Could this be a kidney stone?
I have interstitial cystitis i had IUD put in tuesday im having sharp pain idk if its in my bladder and my urethra hurts and it hurts to have sex?
Had 2 UTI's this year given CIFLOC 500 and it cleared.Penis normal but recently sharp pain on inside of urethra randomly each day.Sexually active.Help?
UTI: UTI in men needs detailed evaluation for the presence of predisposing factors, either anatomic or physiological. The latter should cover specific activities, like unprotected anal intercourse, etc. See a good urologist and they can probably work this out, but it may take some invasive testing. Good luck. ...Read more