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I have the need to go pee but nothings comes out

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • April 29, 2014
  • 02:35 PM


1 month ago i came back home from university.
The same night i started going toilet to pee every 30 mins, the next day i couldnt pee, i had the feeling that i need to pee but nothing or some times i had little pee coming out.

I went to see a urology doctor and he said i must do urine test because its maybe a urinary tract infection or prostatitis and he gave me antibiotics (ciproxin).

After 7 days the tests came(public hospital) and i was clear nothing on my urine tests i went to the urologist and he said that i must continue the antibiotics and go see him in 1 week. I couldnt stand the feeling that i need to pee all the time so i went to another urologist and he told me i must do Kidney Ultrasound and Ultrasound Bladder both came fine i had nothing. He also said i must test my sperm but i didnt because i started feeling better.
After 4 days it went off i was tottaly fine i was so happy.

And here we come again before 9 days after i had sex the feeling started again the need to pee but little pee came out or nothing day by day the same so i started the antibiotics again and went to the urologist and he told me do urine test and urine culture and i must take ciproxin 1 in the morning and 1 in the night. after 4 days the urine test and urine culture came negative he said to me i must drink cranberry juice and eat yogurt and he told me i must take the antibiotics for 1 week and then stop them wich i did and it started everything going fine but until today again after sex i have the feeling that i need to pee again.

i know after sex that man have the feel to pee and after 10 minutes u go but i have it for days.

i m looking for help

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