I woke up this morning, and went to the bathroom like I do every day. Only today, I was awakened by a severe and painful feeling right near the opening of my penis as I urinated. Once stopped the pain went away. In the afternoon, it happened again. It hurts really bad when I pee right near the opening of the head.
I was wondering if this might be a UTI of some sort? I have no idea, my sexual exploits have been monogamous for a good 6 months and this has never happened before.
Are there other signs or symptoms present? Painful urination or dysuria can be caused by any of the following: a bladder or urinary tract infection, sexually transmitted disease such as gonorrhea or chlamydia, yeast infection, kidney or bladder stones or even sensitivity to certain soaps or perfumes. A urinary tract infection (UTI) is a bacterial infection that affects any part of the urinary tract. In general, signs and symptoms develop rapidly and can include: a strong, persistent urge to urinate; a burning or painful sensation when urinating; passing frequent, small amounts of urine; or blood in the urine or cloudy. A urinalysis and urine culture are usually done to confirm the diagnosis. Most uncomplicated UTIs can be treated with oral antibiotics It would be best to see your doctor for proper evaluation and management. You can read more about this through this link: http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/urinary-tract-infection/DS00286
i also had the same problem as Lukin79 but mine is a bit worst...sometimes after i pee , it still hurts n there is a yellowish discharge too(not during urination) but i alredy had a medical checkup ( urine n blood test) so i doubt its STD since the reports say everything is ok ... any suggestions or help ?
It's uncomfortable when I urinate. My penis head hurts when it rubs against my underwear when I'm walking. I've had urine test blood test and everything has shown up negative for any STDs or urinary tract infections. Does anybody have any solutions to this problem or has anybody going through what I'm going through now.
have you rid a bike recently because that always happens to me when i ride a bicycle its because it puts alot of pressure on your testicles and i cant even ride a bike but then once i go inside my house and go pee at some point it hurts the head of my penis horribly i guess not as bad now because it has happen to me like 8 times but still it hurts usually if you drink some kind of liquid usually water or cranberry juice you have to drink at least a gallon or close to it then let the pressure build up so when you go pee all the pressure will go down and it wont hurt anymore this can also happen when you hurt your balls now when you pee it out it is going to hurt but you have to do it
Has anyone gone to see a Urologist. I had the same thing after an orgasm and later on peeing and found I had BPH. That comes with age guys. Some get it in their 50's and others in their 60's and 70's. It is a condition men go through as they age. Otherwise, I would think it is some kind of infection...Good Luck!(I got mine at 65 and was told "your late.") It is never too late for this, as it is discomforting, and they want to put you on Tamsulosin. That stuff is horrible!
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