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Forum Name: Urinary tract infections
Question: long term pain
|lugnuts - Mon Jan 02, 2006 12:46 am||
hi folks, sorry to ask but i need help. i thank you in advance. i have persistent pain inside my penis, and i can feel it at the rear end also. gets pretty bad. its as if im trying to pee something huge. it stinks a tiny bit, its more multidirectional than usual, sitting doesnt help, feels like a screwdriver in my penis. theres no discharge from anywhere, lump, bumps, itches etc. the tiny penis opening is bright red colour. there are no urges, but im only half emptying. :cry: can get very sore inside where the penis meets my groin. no semen or ejaculation problems. i am overweight, about 19 stone. one doctor says i have hypertension, but i don't really reckon so. my girl aint very happy, im afraid to have sex. im 33yrs old. oh yeah, i smoke too. i did have a bad lifestyle for a long time, i was a bodyguard for years. i take 2 solpadiene everyday for intense headaches, and a hypopyon (repeating eye infection). i know, im a moron, i cant afford a doctor, coz im not workin. its a long all day type of pain. quite sharp. doesnt really answer to prostate syptoms, coz theres no testicle swelling, or urges to pee. i could yap for ages, so ill stop now. hope any of this makes sense. thanks a million, lugnuts. :?
|Dr. Tamer Fouad - Thu Nov 23, 2006 3:14 pm||
Dysuria refers to any difficulty in urination. This would include any pain, discomfort, or burning sensation during urination.
Dysuria, bad odour and frequency, in the absence of a discharge, fever or flank pain all point to a cystitis (inflammation of the bladder).
I would strongly recommend that you see a doctor.
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