Male pain when peeing

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A condition affecting the bladder or nearby parts of the body can cause painful urination. Doctors may also refer to painful urination as dysuria. People with dysuria should make their doctor aware of any other symptoms that they are experiencing. If these relate to the painful urination, it can help doctors make a diagnosis and recommend appropriate treatment. Many different conditions can cause painful urination. Most of these causes are highly treatable.

What Causes Painful Urination?

Painful urination (dysuria): 10 causes and treatment

A more recent article on dysuria is available. Men with pain or a burning sensation on urination should be evaluated with a thorough history, a focused physical examination and urinalysis both urine dipstick and microscopic examination of the urine specimen. Although dysuria may be caused by anything that leads to inflammation of the urethal mucosa, it is most often the result of urinary tract infection. In younger patients, the infectious agent is usually a sexually transmitted organism such as Chlamydia trachomatis. In patients over 35 years of age, coliform bacteria predominate. Infection in older men most often occurs as a result of urinary stasis secondary to benign prostatic hyperplasia. Other conditions that may cause dysuria include renal calculus, genitourinary malignancy, spondyloarthropathy and medications.

What can make urination painful?

Painful or frequent urination is a common problem, especially in older men. Urinary tract infections, kidney stones and prostate problems can all produce these symptoms. Frequent urination without pain also can be a side effect of certain medications, or a symptom of diabetes. Most men who experience new problems with painful or frequent urination should see their doctor. This guide is intended to provide helpful information while you are awaiting further evaluation, or can add to what you may have already learned after your visit with a doctor.
Dysuria is pain or discomfort when you urinate pee. It burns! Dysuria is not a diagnosis. Men and women of any age can experience painful urination. Urinary tract infections UTIs are commonly associated with dysuria.