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Why Does It Hurt When I Pee? 5 Causes of Pain During Urination in Men
When men experience pain during urination it can be a pretty scary thing. However, there are several reasons a man may have pain during urination, here’s a short of causes and how to cope with painful urination.

BriefingWire.com, 12/07/2018 - It’s fiery, it’s prickly, and it’s downright unbearable – when a man feels pain during urination it’s certain to make him paranoid. Dysuria, fancy doctor-speak for painful urination is the condition that affects the bladder and its nearby parts. While it’s true that partner-transmitted infections can cause pain during urination, there are several other potential causes of painful urination and thankfully, most of them are treatable.

#1: Urinary Tract Infection

Nope! Urinary tract infections aren’t just for women! A UTI happens when excess bacteria accumulate somewhere in the urinary tract. This part of the body includes the area from the kidneys through the bladder to the urethra, which is what carries the urine from the body.

In addition to pain during urination, men can experience other symptoms such as needing to urinate frequently, cloudy or blood-tinged urine, urine that smell particularly bad or sour, a fever, and pain in the side or back.

#2: Kidney Stones

No doubt every man has heard a horror story from a buddy or his Pops about passing a kidney stone. Often remarked as the male equivalent of having a baby, kidney stones are comprised of the build-up of calcium or uric acid which create stones in and around the kidneys. When they are lodged in the area where urine enters the bladder, they can cause intensely painful urination.

#3: Prostate Infection

A short-term bacterial infection, what’s known as prostatitis, can result in pain during urination. Symptoms that accompany this infection can also include difficulty in urinating or excessive urination (especially at night), difficulty in release, and pain in the bladder, testicles, and male organ.

Prostatitis is treated with antibiotics. If a man suffers from chronic bacterial prostatitis, he may need to take antibiotics for up to three months. Other modalities which help are hot baths, prostatic massage, anti-inflammatories, and alpha blockers (they relax the muscles around the prostate).

#4: Medications or Chemical Sensitivity

Often overlooked in a panic, many men have reactions to new medications or chemicals in everything from body wash to scented toilet paper to lubricants.

If a man is taking a new medication and notices painful urination, he should call his doctor to see if that is a side effect of the medication.

#5: Partner Transmitted Infections (PTIs)

PTIs are often the first thing that pops into mind when a man experiences pain during urination. PTIs such as chlamydia, gonorrhea, and herpes can cause painful urination since they affect the urinary tract. Each PTI also has a host of potential partner symptoms, blisters or discharge.

When to See the Doc for Painful Urination

Honesty, a prudent first step when experiencing pain during urination is to place a call to the doctor. This is especially true if the pain lasts longer than a day, it accompanied by unusual discharge, there is pain in the side or back, a fever is present, or the urine is red, pink, or brown.

Also, be sure the member is clean and well-moisturized. Use a mild cleanser to wash the member, rinse thoroughly, and after drying, apply a specially formulated male organ health crème (health professionals recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which has been clinically proven safe and mild for skin). These types of crèmes contain all-natural ingredients and nutrients essential for male organ health and wellbeing.

 
 
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