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Hello. Recently i've been having difficulties urinating. It seems that I have low pressure, in that it takes awhile to begin urinating, and I end before I am empty, and have to wait a few seconds to continue. This has been going on for several months now. Also, a few incidents occured where there was a mucus-like substance coming out of my penis. It looked like semen but didn't occur close to ejaculations. And just recently, maybe an hour or two after having intercourse, the end of my shaft burned a lot. To the point where I needed to put a cold cloth over myself. It felt like I was on fire. That lasted maybe 20 minutes and i'm ok now. These incidents have me quite worried.
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replied April 8th, 2008
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is the urine cloudy? , strong smelling?

The symptoms you have listed sound like a U.T.I . i think it is best to see your Doctor talk to him about your symptoms and ask him/her maybe for a urine test to see if theirs any bacteria.


hope this helps
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replied April 9th, 2008
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I agree with mike17 It sounds like a UTI, your best bet is to get it checked by the doctor. If it is a UTI you don't want it to go untreated, that will lead to further problems.
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replied May 29th, 2008
pain below belly button and slite pain on urination
My 17 year old grandson is haveing pain around belly button and pain when urinating but no frequent urination. could this be a urinary tract infection?
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replied May 30th, 2008
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Re: pain below belly button and slite pain on urination
jkp5 wrote:
My 17 year old grandson is haveing pain around belly button and pain when urinating but no frequent urination. could this be a urinary tract infection?


Hi and Welcome

Yes it could be a UTI or possibly a stone. I'd recommend he get to a doctor for a urine test and possibly an ultrasound.

Keep us posted and best wishes.
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replied May 24th, 2010
low pressure whilst urinating ?
Hi , Im male 49 y/o , for a while now its seems when urinating or ejaculating i have quite low pressure , theres no burning pain or problem with erection just the low pressure...should i be concerned or could this lead to something more ? thanks
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