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I have an after dribble, which at times can be very annoying, especially the smell associated with it. I was checked for a stricture but given the all clear. I have read that you can press on the bulbous urethra, but I am unsure on how to do so, and so far it has not worked. I am looking for an answer to my problem, and a solution to squeeze the last few drops out without going to extreme lenghts. I am 17. My semen behaves in the same way, gadually dribbling out. Tried kegels also to no real success.
An obstruction, anatomical malformations, foreign bodies, lesions at the tip of the urethra may cause dribbling of the urine.However, these have to be excluded through a complete physical evaluation by a urologist.
Is there an accompanying sensation of residual urine?
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