Hi doctor,
I am a male, 36yrs and married.
I have been having intermittent flow of urine anytime I'm urinating since about 2 months now. The urine most times take sometimes before even flowing out from the beginning.
Kindly help on possible causes and solutions
Thank you
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replied February 12th, 2019
Based on your history and description a urinary tract infection is likely. A urinalysis can be advised initially and if significant pus cells are present then empirical antibiotics can be initiated in consultation with your doctor which can be later specified according to culture results.


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