Constant Urination and slight burning/pain on the tip of penis

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I am a 23 year old male , i jave been suffering from intensly constant urination from last two months , on a bad day i have to go to pee about every 5-10 minutes , and immediately after urination , the urge to urinate comes back.

I have been tested for UTI and all the tests came begative , i have been on antibiotics fir more than 2 months now , still the symptoms are there.

I have no abdominal pain , no buring during urination , no stones at all , just constant urge to urinate which is disturbing my sleep and my personal/professional life.

Kindly if any one of you went through such a situation kindly i need some guidance, im a 23 year old male and this made me cry last night lol

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    sounds like really strange symptoms.  do you ever empty your bladderwhen you urinate?  if not i would suggest get some catheters and carefully teach yourself to self-cath and you can empty your bladder completly.  that should alleviate the immediate urge.  at your age you shouldn't be having this kind of problem,  have you checked for STD? sorry to ask that, but i don't know you and it's something to consider. 

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    It sounds like you've exhausted all al GP can offer. Probably time to cosult with a urologist (a specialist in illnesses of the bladder and associated plumbing). As Tom has said, certainly check for STD.

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      Thankyou for your reply ianC , i have been going to a urologist since the very start , he treated this for UTI for 1 few weeks , but that didnt help as all the reports were Negative

      Secondly , no it can not be STD because im still a virgin , so yeah we can rule out the STD bit.

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    Sorry you are having such an annoying issue.  What you describe makes me think that there are short term and long term considerations:  First is to get your bladder empty and keep emptying it as needed.  If your doctor can't see you right away, go to the emergency room (or InstaCare or whatever is available in your area) and ask the doctor to teach you how to self cath and write an Rx for self cath supplies.  This will allow you to empty your bladder completely each time so that you don't feel a need to pee every 10 minutes.  It will also prevent the urine becoming so concentrated and stale that it causes burning when you pee.  I'm assuming that's what you were describing in the heading of your post, if not please give us more information. 

    The long term involves seeing a Urologist who can examine your prostate to determine if it's the problem or maybe there's a blockage of some other type.  The problem needs to be resolved to prevent kidney damage caused by urine backing up into the kidneys.

    I know there is a level of hesitancy involved in asking anyone to help with this kind of problem, but keep your mind focused on the fact that medical people who work in this area got over that long ago and you will too after a short time.  Also please remember that the urinary system is very delicate and you need to learn how to insert a cath correctly before trying it.  Don't try to insert a drinking straw or any other tube.  Please let us know how you do and don't hesitate to correct our misunderstanding if we have jumped to conclusions that are wrong.

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      Thankyou so much PAE for your reply , i have been to urologist since the very start , the burning problem is not that worrisome but the connstant urination is very annoying

      My doctors tested me for UTi and the results were negative

      Now the most prominent symptoms are

      1) constant urge to urinate even after emptying my bladder

      2) occasional slight burning/ pain on the tip of the penis ( not while urinating)

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    Neal   Iam soryy that your having a problem at your age.  You need to go a urologist to see what is the problem.  He can give you something to relax your bladder and help you not go to the bathroom alot.  Also how much to you drink in a day.  You said that this started tw0 month's ago.  What were you do ing at this time.  There could be many reason for this.  But try to get a good urologist that will work with you.  At your age don't let them do anything to your prostate.  You need that right not...Please keep us informed  Good luck  Ken

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      Thankyou so much Ken , i dont drink Alcohol or anything , my drinking habits (water and juices) are very normal

      My current Urologist is treating me with

      -Risek 20 mg

      -Taravid 200 mg

      -Genufin Forte

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      Thats good.  Are you a bike rider. Have you hit yourself there or it could be something that your eating you never know.  But it still sounds like a infection.  Had alot of them.I never was on any of the pill you are on.  Going to have to read up on them  I was just on a pill because I was having a heart cath done and had a problem with the dye they use.  It was called Myrbetriq 25mg.  It was fine for me for the first few weeks but I had to stop it relax my bladder to much.  I was only going once a day. Do you trust the urologist.  Don't like him tell you that you have to have it cut out.  I worry about you young guys going to some of these doctor. Let me know how your doing and if you just need to talk I am alway here for you.  Take care  Ken.  I have a very good urologist. He is a younger guy and he cares which is good tto have   

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      Thankyou Kenth , no i dont ride a bike , but during the first months of this year i had a lower back injury , but i got fine after a month of therapy , im a rugby player.

      Yes ill make sure to switch my urologist as soon as he suggest mecany such thing as cutting

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      I was just looking up some of the stuff that the doctor gave you.  Did you look them up... Risek  is consisting of Omeprazole which is given for acid reflux and ulcers.  I'm on 40 mg of Omeprazole 2 times a day for reflux.  The tarivid is for infections and the last one I could not even fined.  Have he explanded them to you.  Ken

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    The lower back injury may have caused some bladder or prostate damage which then developed into scar tissue or just nerve damage causing the constant need to pee.  When you visit the toilet does any urine come out every time or are most visits pointless?
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      Well sometimes its just few drops and some times its full and strong long stream . Im too confused about my situation
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    If it's only a few drops most times and then full stream and empty - there's probably something in the nerves sending an incorrect message.  You probably already know your meds do the following:

    Risek ulcers

    Taravid infection

    Genurin relaxant

    Have you noticed any improvement since you started taking them?

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      PAE the symptoms now(after the meds) show up mostly at night, the days go by fine but the nights are very troublesome
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    Does your doctor suspect a slight tear or bruise?  It's normal for symptoms to be worse at night, it may take a month or so for the damage to heal completely.  In the meantime you might try taking a mild sleeping pill like Diphenhydramine HCI 25mg.  It helps with sleep and is a decongestant which might help with any swelling caused by the injury.

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      Okay ill take my Urologist in loop about the med you suggested , right now i take Lexotanil 3mg to help me sleep if the symptoms gets out of control
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      It sounds to me like you have an irritated or spasmodic bladder. There are medications specifically for that, and your urologist should know about them, and should have prescribed them already. Also, of course, the urologist should be looking for the cause of the irritation in your bladder.

      At the risk of being too personal. It's possible that too frequent masturbation could be causing irritation. It might be worth considering slowing down (no, not stopping) on that for a few days to decrease the irritation, and see if that helps.

      You might consider a new urologist, I sure would.

      Neal

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