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Abdominal pain after urination, enlarged prostate, done spinal injury. Suggestion?

Hi, I had a major accident in which my femur bone and ankle was broken. I also had injured my L3 in the spine and got operated. While i was in the hospital i was using cathrtral . After removing i had urine infection for which i had taken loads of antibiotics and got injected with mariponam. But i do not c any improvements . My lover abdomen hurts really bad after urination and urine comes out on its own. Don t know what to do. I also have an enlarged prostate but I m just 28. So please suggest me what to do. Thanking you DIWAKAR .
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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May 2014
Hi Diwakar,
Its sad that you had an accident and suffered a lot in the process.
At 28 years age you can never have an enlarged prostate.
What you are experiencing is urinary incontinence with features of chronic cystitis.
What you need to do right now is to consult a urologist and get expert advise on how to control repeated urinary infections and the dribbling of urine.
Hope this helps.
Answered: Sat, 8 Jun 2013
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