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Joint pain during urination. No history of bladder infection. Theories?

Have there been any theories or developments in urology concerning painful throbbing joints (in your fingers only) during urination? I am a 33 year old female and have been experiencing this for sometime now. I have never had a bladder infection and I know my kidneys are in good shape due to recently being tested for donation. I have found that this sensation only happens when I wait til the last possible moment to go to the bathroom.
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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Good evening mam. AS such we are not aware of any such theories where joint pain occurs during urination. Joint pains is common after a urinary infection but frequent episodes during the urination is something we have unheard of. Never the less, you can get your urine checked once for any infection and try and drinking lot of water. If we do come across something, we will let u know. Hope the information was useful
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