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Burning sensation after urination, mild heaviness, pain in testicles. Stone stuck in urethra?

hello i have burning sensation after urintation...i have been facing the problum from last 20 days when i had masturbate 3 in day regulary 3 days. my urine culture has neagtive results. no discharge from penis. i m also feeling this burning sensation after sitting. if i stay at home in loose clothes than dont feel . i also feel mild heaviness and pain in my testicles some times. my doctor is saying it can be a stone stuck in my urethra pls help
Asked On : Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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Hi, welocme to HCM.
Main symptoms is feeling comfortable in loose cloths. It suggets epididyis or testicle infection. I think you must go for sonography of scrotum for exact diagnosis.
Other thing is that stone stucked in penis will cause STRANGURY, means extreme, untolarable pain while micturating. According to your complaints it is not the stone, so dont worry.
Consult a rediologist as soon as possible.
Thanking you.
Answered: Thu, 13 Dec 2012
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