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Forum Name: Urology Topics
|Dr Haisook - Mon Dec 13, 2004 7:48 am|
First off, i don't know if this is the right forum. Anyway:
Age: 18 yold
Height: 172 cm
Weight: 70 kg
History: - Anemia (when 4-8 years old)
- Feeling the urge to urinate everytime I lay in bed. (not necessarilly just at night, it happens in day-time as well)
- And when I get up to urinate, sometimes nothing comes out, and on other occasions, FEW DROPS come out. (although the urge to urinate that i feel is so strong, as if my bladder is full) "EDIT: that occurs up to 3 or 4 times everytime i lay in bed. Sometimes it occurs less frequently though"
- I don't feel pain.
- The few drops of urine that come out needs a lot of tension to get out but also without pain.
- Normally, when i get up or during the day, i urinate normally without the above mentioned criteria at all.
- This problem started to happen 8 months ago.
- Ejaculating after a very short time from continous stimulation ( Max. 1 min)
- The ejaculate consists of 2 different parts:
+ A low viscous clear whitish fluid that comes out first.
+ A very high viscous turbid yellowish fluid with gelatinous globules (comes out afterwards).
I feel those globules blocking the urethra, so i tend to try to pull them out by force (all this during ejaculation)
- I always feel the urge to urinate after ejaculating or sometimes during the sexual activity itself.
- When trying to urinate exactly after ejaculation, urine comes out with difficulty like symptoms of the 1st problem.
- This problem started to happen 2 or 3 years ago.
I think the 2 problems have something to do with each other, that's why i posted them together. I appreciate your help.
Thanks in advance
|Dr. Russell M - Wed Dec 15, 2004 12:39 pm|
Have you consulted your doctor on this? Perhaps maintaining a good amount of drinking water could help rid the genitourinary tract of any infective pathology. A urinalysis may give some lead as to the cause.
|Dr Haisook - Sat Dec 18, 2004 4:29 pm|
Thanks Dr Bill for your reply.
As for water amount that i drink, it's not less than 1 lit. per day plus other beverages.
I did a urinlaysis 6 months ago, and everything was alright. No excess preciptated salts that may form a stone as one may think and no excess leukocytes terminating the idea of presence of an infection.
Can it be a psychic problem? cos i can say i get it more often when my exams are close.
Well, thanks again for your respone! :roll:
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