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The main manifestations of urethritis are burning, pain, or ache during urination, especially at the beginning, pain in the perineum and urethral discharge. Urethritis is found in both men and women.
Many people don’t know that urinary tract infections in men are often caused by problems with prostatic gland. The particular tenesmuses and urodynia, blood in urine - these symptoms indicate the urinary tract infection. In average, men come up with this disease four times more often than women. (more…)
What is urethritis?
The main manifestations of urethritis are burning, pain or gripes at urination, especially at its beginning, crotch pain and fluor from the urethra. Urethritis is an inflammation of urethra which main manifestation are fluor from urethra and pain at urination. This disease appears both in men and in women. Depending on the cause there are infectious or noninfectious forms of urethritis. (more&