I am 26 years old. I have difficulty urinating and feel pain, urinating incomplete must go back and forth to shower
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Urination that feels difficult, painful, and incomplete in men can refer to several conditions, for example urinary tract disorders (such as infections or stones), prostate disorders (such as benign prostatic hyperplasia, prostatitis, prostate cancer), nerve disorders around the pelvis ( for example due to injury, diabetes, stroke), psychological disorders (for example when you're panicked, anxious, or afraid), and so on. Some other conditions, such as lack of drinking, excessive consumption of alcohol or caffeine, to sexually transmitted infections can also trigger your complaints.
We recommend that you first try to resolve your complaint with the following steps:
Drink more water (at least 10 glasses per day) Never consume caffeinated beverages Stay away from alcohol Never hold back urination Always clean your intimate organs well, especially after every shower, every time you urinate, or after having sex. drugs without a doctor's advice Don't smoke However, if in more than 3 days your complaint does not seem to improve, but on the contrary, we recommend that you go to a doctor or a specialist in urology surgery right away .. A thorough physical examination, accompanied by a test urine, x-rays, ultrasound, blood tests, or some other supporting tests can also be done by a doctor so that it is clear what the best management needs to be done so that your complaints improve.
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