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... Hi, I went to the emergency room with some blood in semen and testicular pain. I am not sexually active, but the doctor did a urethral swab anyway to screen for chlamydia etc. ... (3 replies)
... Thanks Junior? I chose not to catheterise because of the danger of infection.Will speak to my specialist soon about reconstruction of my urethra from reports the procedure is very successful in 95% cases. They remove the damages length of the urethra and replace it with a graft. As I may have said my damage is approx. 3cm long. (5 replies)
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... cathing twice weekly due to a recently removed urethral scricture. I have read that a urethral stint can also be used to keeps things open and flowing. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks! Yeah it's like super embarassing to talk about =/. I haven't had any surgeries minus two hernia operations when I was REALLY young, but I'm pretty sure those are irrelevant. I heard it's possible to get scar tissue from receiving clamidya or ghonneria, which I may have possibly contracted from having unprotected sex from some girl during a drunken stupor some... (31 replies)
... If not, then it is unlikely to be scar tissue as there would be no reason for scarring to occur. It may be an infection of some sort, if so, it could be easily treatable with Antibiotics. ... (31 replies)
... Hi, Thanks for the reply :) I am going to get an appointment at the doctors in the next couple of days and see if they can refer me to a urologist. I was thinking it could be overactive bladder but the fact that it is always quite large amounts when I go, I thought maybe it isn't overactive bladder. I will let you guys know how I get on with the doctors this week. (23 replies)
... The pressure feeling could be the reason behind the urge to urinate. That could be caused by a bladder spasm. Is it relieved when you pea or does it continue on? If it's caused by a full bladder & goes away once you urinate, that may not be so bad. With a condition like interstitial cystitis, it is more so due to bladder irritation, chronic inflammation w/out bacterial cause,... (23 replies)
... in other words it is open enough not to cause disruption. So my current Urologist has told me that the scarring is on the outside of the urethra and the tissue in that area is so damaged that it doesn't stretch and contract as it should. ... (0 replies)
Urethral syndrome?
May 22, 2008
... with a urologist or gynourologist and get a ''cystoscope'' done. This will permit the doc to look into your bladder and urethra to see if there is inflammation, scarring or ulceration. ... (3 replies)
... Having just had this operation for the 3rd time I'm only now finding out that actually having it done could cause more problems in the future e.g. causing scarring which would cause the urethra to tighten up even more............. ... (2 replies)
... Urologist has run urine test, but never a urethral swab. ... (6 replies)
... ray or other method of examination. There may be and it would be worth asking your doctor about. I do know that urethral stricture, blockage and scar tissue can happen in some cases. I believe I had scarring once. ... (6 replies)
Chronic urethritis
Sep 23, 2005
... Here's another case study that may be applicable to one or all of us.. I am 22 years old and have been experiencing extreme skin irritation just inside and around the opening of my penis since February. I understand that Penile cancer is very rare, however I have no idea what to think The first Urologist called it "Hypersensitivity just inside the urethral meatus" he also... (3 replies)
... I'm afraid something happens like the laser has burned out the detrusor muscle of the bladder or some problem about scarring with urethral stenosis involved. ... (0 replies)
... How do they detect this? MRI's? and how is it treated? What exactly are the symptoms? (6 replies)
UTI problems.
Feb 7, 2004
... Get your girlfriend into the E.R. or a dr. please! Also an infection can not only damage the kidneys but can also cause scarring to the urethra as well. Maybe that's why she has urethral pain. A urologist can determine how extensive her UTI is. ... (1 replies)

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