What Causes Recurrent Pain During Urination?
Rule out an infection, drink lots of fluid, urine culture, antibiotics, uro
Hi and thanks for the question,
Sorry about that and understand this can be very disturbing. The commonest cause of pain on urination is usually an infection as for your age. It might worth asking if you have any recent history of unprotected sex, or if your sexual partner or wife is complaining lately. Have you also experienced any discharge from the urethra? If any of these are true, a urinary tract infection is most probable.
If not, rare causes like urinary stones or kidney stones could. However, in this case, the pain will be there and intermittent, even when you are not urinating.
It is not rare to also have early onset enlargement of the prostate gland (prostate hypertrophy) that could cause urination difficulties. However, in this case, other symptoms like regular urination and in small quantities are expected.
I suggest you see a doctor for urine samples to be collected for urine examination and cultures. Antibiotics could be prescribed while you drink lots of water. In case an infection is not the cause (ruled out), in depth investigations to exclude prostate issues should be started, preferably by the urologist.
I do not think it should be very serious so you need not bother so much as of now.
Thanks and kind regards as I wish you the best of health.
A) Hot Baths with cap full of bleach?
B) Hot Shower with pain pills?
C) Exercise and cranberry vitamins 4,200mg?
D) Exercise and Chanca Piedra 2 caps 1000mg?
Opinion of the urologist remains important
H and thanks for the update,
I am afraid, in case of a urinary tract infection, you might certainly need antibiotics. All you cited are healthy but none unfortunately is an antibiotic. Exercise for sure is perfect. Pain pills can be taken if absolutely necessary.
However, I still suggest booking an appointment with a urologist.