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... ic. See your Doctor and have some Antibiotics and this will clear it all up. Also get checked for Diabetes. It doesn't sound like Diabetes to me because frequent urination would be a regular occurance and not something that's just happened over the last few days. Netherless see your Doctor. ... (3 replies)
... HELP! I've been urinating constantly (at least once an hour every hour) for the past couple of days and I've had trouble gaining and maintaining an erection. I'm only 20 years old though! What do you think it could be? (3 replies)
... ve never thought about it before, but urination is a complex act. Something down there seems to relax, to let go, to allow urine flow. Another muscle seems to tense to provide pressure. ... (1 replies)

... Sorry to hear about your problems with robotic surgery. In general, I think that recovery is different for everyone of us and there is no formula. As an engineer I look at this as an “electrical’ issue. The nerves need to regenerate and fix themselves and that takes time. The nerves are used for both urination and for erections – but my guess is they are very different... (7 replies)
... and the constriction band. Oral and manual stimulation are very effective for arousing an erection as is giving the woman oral sex. ... (5 replies)
... After first urination of night, walk around for a few minutes and try again. ... (17 replies)
... ng in the morning and intermittantly throughout the day usually associated with sneezing, coughing. The bleeding quit two days ago and the burning at the end of urination is almost gone. I have been having some short sharp pains in my penis and some cramping deep in my gut neither of which last to the extent I take any pain meds. ... (58 replies)
... I am not a urologist, but this combination of symptoms including pain after urination, weak flow, and erection during urination suggests some sort of partial urethral obstruction or blockage. I would definitely ask your urologist about this. Good luck. ... (16 replies)
... that urination at night was somewhat more frequent. ... (3 replies)

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