I have a difficulty urinating and have a flank pain. What should I do?

Urology consult. At your age and in the absence of any obvious problem, you should not be experiencing difficulty with urination. The pain could be a sign of obstruction. This needs to be evaluated soon by a physician and preferably by a urologist.

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