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Help, sharp cramp like pain when urinating

Hello everyone, I'm a male 25 years old and for the past year and a half I've been having this severe pain when urinating mostly when I have a somewhat full bladder. It happens about 5 times a month. When I go to urinate As I'm emptying my bladder i get a severe onset sharp pain, cramp like? that makes me hunch over and I cannot stand straight nor lay down if I even try to straighten my body out it feels as if my organs in my lower abdomen are being ripped apart and all I can do is curl up in a ball and wait for it to go away the pain lasts anywhere from 2-8 hours please help me I've gone to several doctors and they think I'm crazy.  I can't even go to work when it happens because the pain is so bad I feel like I'm going to pass out. I do not have any urinary frequency I feel as if everything is functioning as it should except for when this pain randomly comes. Please please help with any ideas
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I've gotten an ultrasound and ct scan before but they said they haven't found anything and is it possible to have a bladder stone for over a year
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You may have a stone in your bladder. Either way you need a pelvic ultrasound.
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