I burn when I pee,then I have a urge to pee but I can't. I have been to a urologist. He said that I had no infection.The doctor give me a prescription for Phenazopyrid,It stops the burning until the effect wears off.I have read that you are not supposed to take this drug over 2 days.The doctor has not done a DRE or a psa test yet.I also have a pelvic floor problem.(Levator Ani Syndrome. LAS is spasms of rectal muscles. I started having urinary problems about a 1 1/2 months ago. I also have been having off and on constipation problems since I have had the urinary problems.Why would I have constipation problems? I never had a problem with constipation before I had the urinary problems. I had normal BM's everyday before the urinary problems.Are my urinary problems being caused by LAS or IC.? The LAS did not cause any BM problems, but why does the urinary problems cause constipation problems? I am a 63 yo male.
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