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Suffered bladder stone problem. Done ultraviolet operation. Having difficulty in urination, sex life also affected. What should be done?

Helo sir 6 year before i had suffer with stone problem in my blader. With a ultravilate opreration i solved my problem. After ten day i feel my urein vain is litle blocked. My urein was not come with pressure. still i am faceing this problem. Now due to this problem my marritial life also distrb. i have not enjoying sex comfertably. Because my vain is blocked. Please give me suggesion.
Asked On : Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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Hi Anish,
Thanks for query,
I think you have undergone Lithotripsy before 6 years & not ultra Violate operation.
Usually Lithotripsy Procedure does not affect soft tissue.
You may have developed urethral stricture due to your stone that will creates problem while you pass your urine.
Sex enjoyment has nothing to do with your urethral stricture.
A dilatation surgery will solve your problem.thanks again
Answered: Tue, 10 Jul 2012
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