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Undergone urethral biopsy near meatus with stitches. Urinary stream has shifted 90 degrees to the left. Been 2 days since surgery. Is this permanent?
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Dr. Daniel Culkin
Urology - Oncology
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In brief: Usually not.
There is the possibility of developing a urethral stricture which could cause permanent deflection of urine of obstruction to the flow.
Only time will tell.

In brief: Usually not.
There is the possibility of developing a urethral stricture which could cause permanent deflection of urine of obstruction to the flow.
Only time will tell.
Dr. Daniel Culkin
Dr. Daniel Culkin
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In brief: Probably not
This is probabaly some swelling and local irritation from the sutures.
Too early from surgery. Don't be alarmed at this point. Wait for it to heal and reassess in few months.

In brief: Probably not
This is probabaly some swelling and local irritation from the sutures.
Too early from surgery. Don't be alarmed at this point. Wait for it to heal and reassess in few months.
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
Dr. Moez Khorsandi
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Dr. Lori Wagner
Internal Medicine
In brief: Not necessarily
Give it some time for the swelling to go down.

In brief: Not necessarily
Give it some time for the swelling to go down.
Dr. Lori Wagner
Dr. Lori Wagner
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