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Multiple sclerosis, burning sensation when urinating, pus cells in urine culture, erectile dysfunction

hello doctor, I am a 21 year old male who is suffering from multiple sclerosis for 8 years. recently, for like a week, i have had a slight burning sensation while i release urine. no other symptoms. and it doesn t obscure the flow of urine in anyway either. just a slight burning sensation. i had a urine culture done and the results stated that, there were no bacteria to be found, just occasional pus cells. extra details about my condition : *since i have MS, i have the need to urinate very often due to slight bladder problems, and since a bathroom is not available everywhere, i hold in Urine quite a lot. *I have never had sexual intercourse (max, some limited exterios contact with a virgin healthy girl) since i have erectile dysfunction mostly, again.. because of MS. *Also, i had some blood tests done along with a blood test for prosthetic antigens. even the results for that was negative. am pretty confused and would like to know what u think about the situation; THANK YOU
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Welcome to HCM.
Sorry to know about your condition.
If the urine culture is sterile, there is nothing to worry.
Try taking enough water, cranberry juice, lime juice and try to drink before you get thirsty.
Once you see a toilet, it is better to empty the bladder.
I hope these things will help you.


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