Weak stream. Weak stream is never normal, even if not accompanied by any other symptom [like burning + frequency + fever + flank pain]. It should never occur as a single symptom in young people. In older men, 50yo above, it can be simply bigger prostate then normal [and always also harder instead of being really really soft and not squeezing onto the ureter].
Waiting for CT for abdo pain; varicose vein increase and pain, shooting pain in thigh and weak urine stream new, should I tell my doc now or wait 4ct?
Tell them. It only takes a few minutes for you to call and at least leave a message with the medical staff. That includes the physician, the medical assistant, the nurse, or a physician extender, eg a nurse practitioner (np) or physician assistant (pa). It may be crucial to the prioritization of your care. Good luck.
Call your Dr. I would call your dr. He may want to get the ct right away. You always want to rule out the most serious thing first. Your symptoms could be due to an abdominal mass or other process putting pressure on the vein drainage of the legs. Hopefully this is not the case but if it is you would want to know about it.
Urination. If this is new, it may be due to a blockage, such as from a stone, in your urethra. Generally accompanied by significant pain. If you are not drinking 6-8 glasses of water daily, you may just be urinating less. I recommend a basicurinalysis and kidney function test to allay your concerns.
What could cause a weak urine stream in a 21yo male? There's no pain, no change in frequency or amount of urination, or change in ejaculation.
Here are some... Weak urine flow in a 21-y-o man without pas history of urethritis, urethral trauma, still needs a pro-evaluation to assure no urethral stricture, meatal stenosis, or simply poor relaxation and opening of bladder neck, etc. To assure having a happy bladder, which is able to empty, to hold urine, has no UTI, and you void comfortably. How? To http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html.