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Burning in urethra

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 29, 2014
  • 06:24 PM

43yo male. Burning in urethra when not urinating. No STD's or UTI. Need relief.

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  • Have you tried the pills that can reduce the acid in urine? They can change the color of your urine, which is kind of fun and weird but it takes out the sting that can linger if your urethra is irritable. My second thought is....Has your urine been checked for calcium oxalate crystals? It is in foods we all eat and It is like glass or sand and creates tiny tears and rips as you pee. There are foods that are high in calcium oxalate crystals. Look online for a list. Try homeopathic solutions.
    Anonymous 1 Replies
    • November 1, 2014
    • 07:04 AM
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  • For there are really many reasons that would lead to Burning in urethra in males, such as prostatitis, infections or inflammation of your urinary tract and so on. Only when you find out the exact cause, could you use the most suitable treatment for it.

    So you'd better go to the hospital to do some relative tests. If you situation is led by prostatitis, infections or inflammation, you could try an effective herbal medicine DIURETIC AND ANTI-INFLAMMATORY PILL. It is made from natural hebs, and it has the same effcts with antibiotics, but don't bring side effects or drug resistances as antibiotics do.

    And if you still have any worries, you could consult online doctor, like Wuhan Dr. Lee’s TCM Clinic. It provides the highest quality medication of multiple gynecological/genital/urinary conditions by a highly professional and experienced TCM team.
    sylvia0714 1 Replies Flag this Response
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