Viewing the results, the urologist commented that both the flow and the scan were satisfactory I assumed the scan showed an empty bladder. The 10 day wait to see the male Dr saw a significant decline not only in my quality of life, but also in my mental and physical health. None of these measures prevent the urgency of a need to urinate. Apparently one of the blood tests had shown an increased level of some type of enzyme and the CT was to check my pancreas - I think I continue to occasionally experience minor irritation after urinating but the pain has been so minimal that I never bothered to have the pain med prescription filled. Frustratingly, it was a further 7 days wait before a nurse was available to take the requested blood samples. That helps, but not much. The procedure was successful, but I am often incontinent and feel acute pain at the end of my penis when I urinate, as I must every hour or two.
I did not have a biopsy. I see no reason why anyone has to be subjected to the pain that some of you have mentioned. I am wondering if they would even recommend this if I didn't have insurance. I didn't want to have to come back so I told him to try and widen it. I left after being sent directly to see the nurse for another series of blood tests, given another prescription for zopiclone and promised a priority referral to see a urologist as well as the instruction to make another appointment to see her again in 2 weeks time. Kept this up until it was completely out and it didn't really hurt much at all. A CT scan showed nothing -- but my family wanted to know for sure that I am fine, so I finally made an appointment with a urologist and he recommended a cystoscopy. I've been drinking lots of water all morning and about 20 minutes ago I felt the urge. My research told me that there are two ways to remove the catheter. If you are reading this before your cystoscopy I apologise if I have alarmed you, for all the above is a load of nonsense, but it just goes to show how people can interoperate things differently, its inevitable the there is going to be pain when performing such an operation, whilst I admit it did test my boundaries, the whole thing was lets say, a manageable experience. I've recently googled 'cystoscopy' and can definitely say me and my acutely curved penis don't find the prospect appealing in any way shape or form. Went into the loo expecting the worst but it really wasn't bad at all, definitely not as bad as a uti. This being my first venture into online discussions, I'm unsure if I should respond to you all individually or attempt to address any points raised in a single reply Was a bit groggy of the anasthetic last night, and got the very occasional twinge around the bladder area, but passed urine fine, very little blood or discomfort. Do regular GP's only work three and a half days per week these days? Ironically, the results being 'satisfactory' left me dreading being told to leave without a 'cure' or at least a diagnosis to cling to, but at the same time already expecting to be asked to return in 3 months for results of a fresh PSA test Nobody told me that you could even be put to sleep, the nurses need Oscars in acting skills as they made me feel like I was preparing for a date with Rihanna when all along they knew exactly was in store, got to hand it to them, they really had me fooled, comes to something when the group of trainee women lined up all turned away, talk about embarrassment, they didn't mention anything about an audience. Best of luck to you: Now I am scheduled for a right ureteroscopy for one of the stones, that scares me, should I be scared? It was literally over in a few painless seconds! The procedure took place early Friday morning. Firstly, the specialists experience when performing such a sensitive operation and secondly to put it bluntly, if your not very big downstairs then, assuming that the implement they use are all a standard size, then logically smaller men will suffer most. I came round, no pain but was a bit out of it, necked loads of water in prep for the pain I was expecting when I first had to pee. He continued by explaining the most recent blood tests results showed my PSA Prostate Specific Antigen was 'slightly high' at 4. There was a tv screen on the side while I was lay down, how awfully considerate of them to provide me with a little light entertainment while they had a look round, I soon realised that the purpose of the tv was so that I could actuality witness the horrors that took place before me. I'm Thankful it isn't anything serious, but seriously frustrated that no one can tell me what is causing me pain.
Video about sting whilst urinating after sex:
My Vagina Burns After Sex
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