Yesterday i went to the bathroom and when i peed it hurt really really bad. And today it hurts even worse. And i constantly have the feeling that i have to pee. So I've been laying in bed and just laying there hurts. And when I go pee today its hurts even worse and when I wipe it's pink. and I've been peeing all day and the pain keeps getting worse. and now when i wipe it's really red and inside the toilet its red too. What's wrong with me and how can i make it go away!?! Please Help!!!!
I saw your post and I was hoping that this
email will get to you and if you can answer
my problem. I am a 47 wm, I have a little
pain when I pee. Sort of like a little stinging.
Not real pain, but I can def. feel it. It also hurts
a little when I squeeze the head. --I know -- dont
squeeze it ! prs64 at rcn dot com
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