hi i know this is a bit odd but i know at my age its uncommon but i am 18 years of age. i have een having burning while urination thats all i have had i havent had problems going or starting the stream nor have i seen any blood in my urine. It is however dark dark yellow. I have been feeling naseaus the past 2 weeks not sure if this is connected so its a long shot asking if this is related to prostate cancer. Also when i masturbate and ejaculate afterwards it burns when it shoots out not sure if this is a sign too. As acheiving an erection i have no problem i want to know if maybe this is something to do with the prostate or the bladder i went to the doctor i dont know how many times and all the time its the same thing he makes me do a urine sample which comes back fine he checks my abdomen for any lumps nothing shows he feels my prostate nothing i had an ultrasound done for liver or kidney problems it came back fine. my family does not have history of bladder or prostate cancer. My doctor also sent me to a urologist who told me to see my surgen but when i saw him he said he wasent going to opperate since im young and chances of finding anything at my age are highly unlikely. i forgot to mention the burning though so i have to go back and see him.
WHAT I REALLY WAN TO KNOW THOUGH is if there could be a blockage in the stream somewhere that can cause this burning i have been having lower left abdominal pain for sometime now please help
As far as your concerns for prostate cancer, burning while urination is not a symptom. Burning can commonly be caused by a urinary tract infection (check by test urine sample), sexually transmitted disease (urethral swab test), inflammation of the prostate (prostatitis) and sometimes very concentrated urine. The fact that your urine is very dark suggest you are dehydated and forming very concentrated urine. If your urine samples have been checked and are clean, then it is likely not a urinary tract infection. We use the combination of a blood test (PSA) and rectal exam to screen for prostate cancer. At age 18, this would be an usual age for prostate cancer.
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