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Burning sensation between rectum and scrotum. Ultrasound of prostrate gland normal. Causes?

i m 35 years old and i have been suffering from burning sensation in between the rectum and scrotum internally for the last 12 years. 6-7 years ago,i also consulted doctors and i even made to go for urine and blood test .The lab test was found negative, 3 years later i even i did ultrasound for prostrate gland with same lab test ,but nothing wrong was detected for my problem.Now i am still suffering from the same disease and i do not know what to do.Ple advise me.....
Asked On : Sat, 20 Oct 2012
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since you have already spent he investigations needed to rule out things and do not have any associated problems. I would like to know your water input.
sometimes our urine is so concentrated that while passing it we feel burning sensation sans infection. and also this feeling is left for soemtime inspire of it.
try drinking good amount of water and revert back.
Answered: Mon, 16 Sep 2013
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