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What causes inflamed sensitive meatus?

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I have a somewhat sensitive meatus, clear to light yellow urine, no odor, no pain urinating
Mon, 11 Jun 2018 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
 
 
Answered by Dr. Suma Parinam 35 minutes later
Brief Answer:
Distal urethritis

Detailed Answer:
Hi,

Are you sexually active?
Do you have redness around urethra on the head of penis?
If yes then you have urethritis.
A urine microscopy is needed to determine the nature of it.
It could be due to friction or infection.
Apply aloe Vera gel over the area while you get urine microscopy. Refrain from intercourse till the over sensitivity reduces.
Brief Answer:
Aloe Vera help

Detailed Answer:
the gel of aloe Vera helps. it may not be infection just some contact rub...remove your underwear.
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Follow-up: What causes inflamed sensitive meatus? 12 minutes later
not sexually active...no perceptible redness on head of penis...occasionally the irritation against underwear causes slight urine drop to appear
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