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At the end of urinating, I suddently had a blockage at the tip...

So it was a regular pee, and at the end, I felt something get lodged at the tip, and it made my urine spray in a different direction. It also hurt a lot when I squeezed the tip of my urethra.

I pulled apart my meatus, to discover a bunch of yellowish items stuck there..

I was able to pull them out with my fingers, and they were not hard, but rather crumbled quite easily in my fingers..


So these are not kidney stones, as a) they were soft, and b) I didn't feel them travelling down - The first time I noticed them was when they got stuck at the tip of my urethra..

They must have been floating around my bladder and only came down when I finished voiding.. I've never experienced anything like this before :/

Pain was gone as soon as I removed them. I don't really any any specimens to show due to their crumbly nature..

Any ideas??

I did have groin pain recently from heavy lifting
I did 2 10 days of anti biotics due to staph epidermis bacteria in semen.

Today, my first urine flow wasn't great - I had to push my bladder to force the rest out as I didn't feel relief by the time it stopped naturally.

Urine has been fine since then..

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Your going to have to see a dr in person for a proper exam. You might have some kind of secondary infection, or still have the first as the meds might not have fully killed it. I can only speculate. Go see a dr in person if you can.
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