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painful or difficult urination

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The 19 items are divided into three subscales: (a) difficulty urinating in public (e.
It is important to remember that difficulty urinating is also a symptom of other disorders, so if one has this problem, it's not always cancer, but one should see a doctor immediately.
Symptoms of BPH include difficulty urinating, more frequent and urgent urination, especially at night and a weak urine flow.
Marta has felt weak, she has been dizzy, her mouth has dried up and she has difficulty urinating," Yanes, who has been with Roque since Monday, told AFP.
Amanda had difficulty urinating through the next day, evening and night anda nurse telephoned Dr.
NIncontinent or having difficulty urinating or defecating?
Prostate cancer normally affects older men and early signs include difficulty urinating, pain and bloody urine.
More than 80% of those who have undergone this surgery have a successful outcome -- no urine leakage or difficulty urinating -- after the procedure.
Notify your doctor immediately of any adverse symptoms - stomach upset, diarrhea, difficulty urinating, constipation, forgetfulness, skin irritation, dizziness - that you experience, especially after starting any new medication.
A woman with pelvic pressure, difficulty urinating or having a bowel movement, or any other unusual symptoms should see her doctor for evaluation.
Switzer's report or curriculum vitae (CV) to establish that he had the experience or training to testify that if a surgical procedure is erroneously performed on a left testicle as opposed to a right testicle it would proximately cause "subsequent post-operative complications, bleeding, hematoma formation, massive scrotal swelling, pain and difficulty urinating and [ultimately necessitate] a second reparative operation which included the loss of the patient's left testicle which was otherwise preventable.
This in itself is not dangerous but can cause symptoms such as difficulty urinating, poor stream and wakening several times a night to go to the toilet.
Eighty-five percent of women surgically treated for incontinence have a successful outcome, reporting no difficulty urinating or any urine leakage.
As the prostate enlarges, the gland can gradually apply pressure to the urethra, leading to discomfort, difficulty urinating, and, in extreme cases, the inability to urinate.
Frequency or difficulty urinating, weak or interrupted urine flow, pain associated with urination or ejaculation, erection difficulty and blood in urine or semen are issues that should be mentioned to your physician.