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Consider I.C.: Interstitial cystitis, i.C. Is often difficult to diagnose. Usually the patient has seen several doctors prior to getting the diagnosis. It can cause pain with urination and especially pain with bladder filling. It can cause pain with intercourse and usually requires cystoscopy to help with the diagnosis. Diet has a pretty significant impact on it. Even without i.C., diet can affect dysuria. ...Read more
Pain with urination: Dysuria is usually caused by infection (urinary tract infection) but can be the result of kidney stones, bladder spasms, stds. It is usually caused by inflammation of the urinary tract or lining of the urinary tract which is irritated by urine flowing across it resulting in pain. ...Read more
I have been to 4 different doctors for chronic dysuria and none have been able to find the cause. I've had every test I can get, what next?
Dysuria: Bacteria such as Ureaplasma, Mycoplasma can cause dysuria and a urinalysis may appear normal despite infection by one of these organisms, doxycycline/azithromycin is used to treat infections caused by these bacteria, if symptoms persist a urologist can perform a cystoscopy for further evaluation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Local irritation: It could be something causing irritation your urethra. ...Read more
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