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Pressure On Urethra
Feels like I'm peeing out a brick, pressure. Hurting urethra, Cloudy urine, burning AFTER peeing, doctor said it WASNOT a UTI. What else could it be?
Obstruction: It sounds like you need to visit a Urologist. You may have an obstruction in your bladder or urethra, or even a kidney stone. It is important to have this problem taken care of in a timely fashion. Pressure on the bladder can also be caused by pregnancy and a host of other causes. I would advise taking a pregnancy test and visiting your OB/GYN to get a checkup and a referral to a Urologist. ...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
Urgency, worse at night + after I use the bathroom. Tested for STDs, UTI, cystitis all negative. When I apply pressure to my urethra I feel better. ?
Urethral syndrome?: Similar to a recent question (also from you?), same answer: https://www.healthtap.com/#user_questions/6781284-i-have-to-use-the-bathroom-constantly-it's-even-worse-at-night-i-have-no-stds-and-have-been-tested-for-a-uti-several-times-and-all-of-the-test-were-negative-when-i-apply-pressure-to-my-urinary-meat S=Discuss with your doctor. ...Read more
6week duration.urge to urinate/frequent urination/painful bladder/pressure&pain in urethra.Urine/STD tests neg.responded to Meds, but returned.why?
Irritable bladder: The symptoms you describe suggest irritation of the lower urinary tract ( bladder, urethra). This maybe due to infection, inflammation or pressure from something pressing on the area. Your doctor will want to rule out infection, pregnancy and growths that could put pressure on the bladder. If these have been ruled out, interstitial cystitis is possible. Your doctor can help sort this out. ...Read more
Frequent urination, urge to urinate only in urethra.not UTI/STD.at its worst it was a constant pressure pain in urethra.what is wrong?2mnths duration.
Possibly a UTI: A urinary tract infection (UTI) is not an STD. It is an infection of your urethra and urinary tract with bacteria. It can cause symptoms of pressure in your lower pelvis, burning on urinartion, and milky white discharge in the urine. the best option is to go see a doctor and get a urinalysis to evaluate for nitrites and leukocytes. Make sure you catch urine midstream ("clean catch") for the test. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I had a uti last month have taken Cipro (ciprofloxacin) & Bactrim. I still have urethra pressure that feels like spasms after voiding. No bladder pain. Causes?
It could trigonitis: The bladder trigone is at the lower end of the bladder. It could be irritated with the bladder infection. You can ask your physician to have you see a urologist ...Read more
34 weeks pregnant & baby is on my bladder & causes painful & uncomfortable pressure in my urethra. Anything i can do?
Get checked for UTI: Your symptoms are probably for the reason you stated, but perhaps get checked for a UTI which should be treated if present. ...Read more
After several rounds of bactrim&cipro UA shows blood, no bacteria. Symptom is urethra discomfort and urethra pressure. What can cause this?
Certainly std: rarely they can be resistant (really rare). and if a UTI is treated and fixed, the germs are gone but the irritation isn't going away immediately. ...Read more
There is a small knot in the end of my urethra just before the head. It hurts slightly if i apply any pressure. No articles found helpful.
Go to the doctor: This is in no way normal. A physician should examine you in person. ...Read more
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