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Frequent urination, urine test normal. Feel urine stuck in urethral tube. How to rectify?

hi am 26 male.. am suffering from frequent urination from the past few days.. i just did urine test but its normal.. no sign of infection.. well my symptoms is soon after urination.. i fell some thing or urine still stuck in my tip of urethral tube..and its very irritating and uncomfortable.. so i have to empty it again and again.. and goes on.... so wat could be.... i don think any infections is there... or any other bladder issues.. kindly suggest me.. and to be frank i use to frequently masturbate.. so any effect cos of it? thanks
Asked On : Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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Hello and thanks for writing in
The symptoms you have explained can be caused either due to infection or obstruction in the urinary track. You have ruled out the infection part. In my opinion you must get your USG KUB or X-ray KUB done to rule out any stone or other obstruction which in causing the problem.
Neurological urinary bladder can be one of the cause and for this you need to be examined by your Urologist. So feel free to consult your doctor and follow the advises.
Best Wishes and get well soon.
Answered: Sat, 9 Feb 2013
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