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I am a 43 y/o malewithback problems--recently i have had very bad problem with urinating. I feel like i have to go but when i go to the bathroom--if i can go it takes a good 10-15 minutes of pushing to go.And sometimes that doen't even work. I've even tried sitting down to go. If i do go th stream is very weak and will stop without notice This has been going on for almost a week. I do have back problems that I am dealing with at the present due to a botched micro-lmbar diskectomy. Am waiting for a disc fusion surgery. I am also very constipated too. Anyone that can help, please do--if the symptoms aren't cleared up bt monday i intend to go to the doctors. Oh plus when I do urinate the smell is veru strong, i have been drinking alot of water and cranberry juice too
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