Urethral syndrome

What is Urethral syndrome?

Urethral syndrome is a set of symptoms that may suggest a lower urinary tract infection. However, urethral syndrome is different since there is no significant presence of bacteriuria with a conventional pathogen. Typically, the syndrome can be linked to non-infective causes such as trauma, allergies, anatomical features such as diverticula, and post-surgical scarring and adhesions.

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hello doctor i am constantly suffering from urethral pain since last 3/4 months. i am have been testing both the culture and sensitivity (c/s) of...

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Hi ans thanks for the query,

It is not unusual to find patients that experience chronic urethral pain called a urethral syndrome. The initial...

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is urethral syndrome different to interstitial cystitis

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Brief Answer:
Show many similarities in symptoms but the differece is pain.

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Welcome to HCM.

Urethral syndrome and...

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Dear Sir,

I am a 26 year old male and the problem that I have is
BURNING IN THE COMPLETE PENILE AREA,
FREQUENT URINATION WITH LARGE VOLUMES OF...

doctor1 MD

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Recurrent urinary tract infection (UTI)

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Hi,

Thank you for your query. I can understand your concerns.

It seems you...

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