urethral pain and burning in legs.and toes.

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Has anyone had urethral pain linked with burning sensation in the buttocks legs and.toes? This is what I have and the urologist said there is no connection, well believe me there is!!

When I wee I get the burning in both feet and in my right buttock, the right side of urethra burns and I have irritation for the rest of the day. I have no utility and have had this pain for four years now, please help....urologist signed me out and said it will go..4 years ago, I'm male and 38yrs old.

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    Hi Barry.

    Have you asked your GP for a second opinion? They may be able to refer you to a different urologist.

    Is the burning constant every time you go to the toilet or does it only occur occasionally?

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      Hi Justin, I have now seen two.different urologists, it is every time I pass urine, even worse.today as I feel it in my right hand too.
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    If it's been 4 years since you saw someone, and the sensation is still there, I would definitely suggest going back to your GP and expressing your concern.
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    I would have a mri, check for pinch nerve, nerves wrap around your groin area. Neurosurgeon will read results
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    Barry, Justin,  Lynda.. I hope by now thqt you have taken Lynda's best advice. Your urologist should have snet you to a neurosurgeon the mment t he heard leg/foot pain. these jerks should be sue for shrugging it  off IDUNN! DUH! I'm not a dr and neither is Lynda but she figured it out. or at least the right direction. so anyone with med training ought to. i am home 10 days from a laminectomy, all previous symptoms gon. only now is left surgical pain an dfrequent painful urination. I was researching for that when I saw your plight. I hope you have ofrundthe solution by now. Some GPs are great, but what we need are good diagnosticians or be proactive for ourselves. I hope you've found the right. And next time refuse to leave the room until the Dr. offers you some alterntives and makes some calls on your behalf. in front of you.  All best,Merilyn

     

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