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What should I do for urine problem and burning sensation after urinate ?

After a bowel movement , usually one per day, normal looking, i have the urge to urinate. I urinate several times, only going about a teaspoon or tablespoons worth, also I have a burning after I urinate, it goes away right after, also it seems that when I sit down, the urge is greater,I make many trips to the bathroom, I am on meds for enlarged prostate, also, I just had lipotripsy for a golf ball size stone in my bladder! This lasts for hours making it impossible to go any where.
Asked On : Mon, 23 May 2011
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You might have multiple problem in your urinary tract.
Most probably it may be due to urinary infection,prostate and some residue of stone remain in the bladder, also can cause frequency of urination.
Go for routine urine urine check up,
Go for ultra sound.
ok and bye.

Answered: Mon, 23 May 2011
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