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Burning while passing urine in penis. Is that UTI?

color-pale yellow; appearence-clear; sp gr-1.020; pH-7.5; sugar-nil; albumin-nil; RBCs-nil; pus cells-occasioanal; epi cell-occasional; no crystals seen; no bacteria or fungi seen; bile salts-absent;bile pigments-absent; urobilinogen-present in normal amount. this is my urine report; i had some burning sensation in my penis so I checked urinalysis; what my report shows?
Asked On : Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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Hi and thanks for your query,
Your urinme cast and ctylogy is apparently within normal limits. However, doing a urinalysis for nitrites and leucocytes could be more informative in suggesting a urinary tract infetion. Urine cultures and a urethral saw could also be good options. However, there are situations where all of these tests are negative but symptoms persist. This is the case called chronic urethritis. Treatment usually involves particular combinationsof antibiotics for a give period of time.
Meanwhile as you wait to take an appointment with a urologist for proper evalution, avoiding unprotected sex could be worthwhile. In case you got an active sexual partner, evaluating two of you for couple treatment is the best option.
I suggest you take an appintment with a urologist.
Thanks and best regards,
Luchuo, MD.
Answered: Fri, 1 Mar 2013
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