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Urinary Problems

I have been feeling what seems like pinching at the tip of my penis when I urinate. Its been going on for a couple of weeks now. It doesn't hurt, however it is uncomfortable. After I urinate, the tip still feels wierd, but it only lasts for a few seconds. I have been told that it doesn't seem bad enough to be an std by a doctor. Any ideas?
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Hi

Burning sensation at the tip of the penis can be due to infection in the urinary tract, trauma, or stones in the urinary tract.
Other symptoms of UTI include a fever, chills, persistent urge to urinate, passing small amounts of urine frequently, strong smell from urine, presence of blood in urine.
You should visit your doctor for a urine examination and evaluation to find out the exact cause and treatment.
Take care and do write in if you need more information.

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Unfortunately, since my post 2 weeks ago, I have not seen a Dr. I am terrified of Dr visits. Recently the burning sensation has subsided, but as of yesterday, I have noticed a different uncomfortable feeling. At times it feels as if the tip of my penis is  being squeezed. Its not painful, but uncomfortable. I have also noticed small amounts of what appears to be urine collecting on the tip. Also, my scrotum has been hanging down as if I am hot and there are 2 spots that seem a little swollen above my testicles. There is no pain involved with these spots. Any ideas?
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