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My husband started having pain when he urinates

My husband started having pain when he urinates and difficulty urinating. I told him he probably had a UTI and to go see his doctor. His Dr gave him Cipro, but his symptoms are still present and a few more, to include, pain and difficulty urinating, pain when ejaculating, loss of importance, left testicle pain and sometimes, pain above his penis , I call it the bladder area. I believe it's his prostate, he is 43. I know it could be a number if things, kidney stone, hernia, but I can't convince him to go get it checked out. He keeps putting it off. I'm worried. Any advice on possible causes?
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