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I've suffered bladder infection recently which lead to sudden urgent need to urinate. I pinched off my penis to avoid an accident and got a sharp pain there and ever since my urine does not come out normally, it seems to go inside my penis before coming out at a trickle and is very painful. There was a little red blood after the first time this happened and a lot of pain so I went to the hospital and they gave me pain pills and antibiotics then told me it should heal on its own. It's been over a week and urination is still very painful and doesn't come out normally. Will this actually heal on its own? I fear that urinating will prevent the hole in my urethra from closing up and I might suffer permanent damage, but I fear the thought of surgery to repair it also. What should I do?
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