Causes of Pain While Urinating

  Painful urination may be a broad term that describes discomfort throughout urination. This pain might originate in the bladder, urethra, or perineum. The urethra is the tube that carries urine outside of your body. Painful urination is incredibly common. Pain, burning, or stinging will indicate a variety of medical conditions.

About Painful Urination

  Urination is the process of passing liquid waste from the body in the form of urine. For most people, the bladder holds urine until it's convenient for them to use the toilet. Most people urinate four to eight times a day depending on fluid intake and painful or frequent urination is a common problem, especially in older men. Urinary tract infections, kidney stones, and prostate problems will all produce these symptoms. Frequent urination without pain can also be a side effect of certain medications, or a symptom of diabetes. Most men who experience new problems with painful or frequent urination should see a doctor. This guide is intended to provide helpful information while you're awaiting further evaluation or will add to what you may have already learned after your visit with a doctor. Pain during urination will be caused by the same medical condition; however, it is helpful to focus on one symptom or the other.

Common Causes of Painful Urination

  Men who have pain when passing urine needs his urine checked.

  The causes include:

  Prostate infection: A short-term bacterial infection can result in prostatitis or prostate infection. Chronic inflammation from another condition, such as a sexually transmitted infection, can also cause prostatitis.

  Kidney stones: Sometimes, the kidney stones will lodge themselves near the area where urine enters the bladder. This can cause painful urination.

  Inflammation and irritation: A range of problems can lead to inflammation of the urinary tract or genital area, leading to the symptom of a painful urination. Besides infections, other reasons that area might be irritated or inflamed.

  Meatitis: It means redness at the opening of the penis. It may have a sore or scab on it. Passing urine is painful. It occurs in boys who are circumcised. It can be caused by any irritants, such as bubble bath. Sometimes, the opening becomes infected with bacteria, such as Strep.

  Foreskin Infection: It is an infection under the foreskin. The main symptom is red and tender foreskin. Also, pus may ooze out of the foreskin opening. Passing urine is painful and it normally happens in boys who are not circumcised.

  Urethral Injury (Serious): The urethra passes through the entire penis. It can be injured by any straddle injury, such as falling on the crossbar of a bike The common symptoms are bloody urine and pain when passing urine. There may be a bruise on the shaft of the penis and some men don't report an injury to the penis or scrotum.

  Sexually transmitted diseases: In men, pain when passing urine can be from diseases spread during sex.

How to Treat Painful Urination?

  Treatment for this disease depends on the cause of the pain. Determining whether painful urination is caused by infection, inflammation, or a problem with the bladder or prostate is the first step in your treatment. Urinary tract infections are most commonly treated by consulting our doctor. The common cause of painful urination is a urinary tract infection. Based on the current pattern of urinary tract infections in your community, Heng Kang is one of the most trusted clinics when it comes to this kind of disease, our doctor might change the medication once the results of the culture are known. If the cause of the dysuria is not infectious, our doctor may order further tests and treatments. Our clinic is not only gathered a team of highly qualified medical doctors but also is equipped with modern and advanced medical equipment. Our patient-friendly staff and representatives will also provide you an excellent experience upon visiting.

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Note: Treatment results may vary depending on the condition of each patient. Therefore, patients need to go to a specialized clinic for a direct consultation with a doctor. Do not take any medicine unless prescribed by a doctor.

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