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Difficult to control urine - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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User :   hello
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how can i helpyou
User :   im 54 and i recently had a physical to ensure i was healthy,
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what was the report result
User :   all went well, but when the doctor checked my genital area, he commented that im "still uncircumcised" and asked me when I was going to get it done
User :   is that a necessary procedure?
Doctor :   Not until there is any problem with it
User :   like what kind of problem, so i can know
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do you have any problems during urinals or sex
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any swelling
User :   no, but when urinating, it sprays often
User :   difficult to control
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is the skin easily retracted
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without pain
User :   it can be, should i retract it always?
User :   no pain
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User :   why not
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but if it gets
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and then spreads every where
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it can be related
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to a condition called pimosis
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which requires circumcision
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is your glans bigger
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are you there
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