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Problems Urinating

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  • Posted By: jjdaly
  • September 27, 2007
  • 00:57 AM

I have had a problem urinating for some years now. Symptoms are: *Frequent, Urgent Urination The feeling that my bladder has considerably shrunk and I have a steady stream of urine flowing into it, causing me to constantly need to run to the toilet, but only have a small amount come out. There is no blood or cloudyness. *Burning/Stinging When urinating, there is a pain in the urinary tract which is difficult to define between burning or stinging. There is also discomfort in what I think is the prostate area. Generally this is brought on by alcohol, but doesn't always come on after drinking. I don't drink that often (once or twice a month). I have had my urine tested, and has come back negative, which indicates that it's more 'functional' than bacterial.

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