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After started smoking meth my urination started getting painful. My urine is thick and as I pass urine my testes hurt. What are these symptoms ?

I m 43 & started smoking meth regularly a few months ago & urination started getting painful & often. These days my urine will be thick (not dissimilar to sperm ) as I first start urination + my testes hurt (right, left & sometimes both). All these symptoms seem to fade the next day or so. Very painful, weird & scary. I think I ll quit doing this stuff. Got any idea what it is or why these symptoms are caused? Thanks! T
Asked On : Tue, 11 Oct 2011
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Read your prob,difficulty in micturation n painful micturation occure due to presence of any obstruction in urinary system. so you should get sonography for rule out the cause. some time it happen due to UTI also so get urine analysis also. discuss it with your doc n do as per his advise. do not worry this is curable.
Answered: Tue, 11 Oct 2011
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