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What Does Manhood Pain with Urination Mean?


Manhood pain is an awful thing for any guy. Unfortunately, manhood pain during urination happens more often than anyone likes to think about. What could be causing this particular type of pain? – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: What Does Manhood Pain with Urination Mean?

What Does Manhood Pain with Urination Mean?
By John Dugan
  • When nature calls, a man must answer. And in
    most cases, that call of nature goes about
    perfectly normally, with no pain at all upon
    urination. In fact, a man might actually feel a
    great deal of relief! But occasionally, a man has
    the awful experience of manhood pain or burning
    during urination. When this happens, he might
    step up his good member care in the hopes it will
    help but by the time urination begins to burn
    or sting, its probably something inside that
    needs to be looked at and treated.

Common causes of manhood pain with urination
  • Pain with urination is something that sends
    most people running to the doctor immediately,
    and with good reason no one wants to dread the
    moment they have to answer that call of nature!
    These are the five most common reasons a man
    might suffer from manhood pain during urination.
  • 1. Urinary tract infections. Though these are
    much less common in men than women, men do still
    suffer from bacteria invading their urinary tract
    and causing the tell-tale sign of painful,
    burning or stinging urination. These infections
    often start out quite mild, with only the
    occasional twinge of pain, but within days they
    can lead to full-blown agony when using the
    bathroom. A round of antibiotics, along with some
    over-the-counter pain medications to get through
    the worst of it, can be all it takes to remedy
    the problem.

  • 2. Socially shared infections. Men often fret
    about the possibility of a socially shared
    infection, and for good reason in addition to a
    host of unpleasant symptoms, men with an
    infection often feel a burning or stinging
    sensation when they pee. Herpes, chlamydia and
    gonorrhea are three of the biggest culprits when
    it comes to this pain. A visit to the doctor is
    essential and so is abstaining from partner
    coupling until its certain that the problem has
    been treated.

  • 3. Kidney or bladder stones. These tiny stones
    form in the bladder or kidneys, and have to make
    their way out eventually. They travel through the
    ductwork, so to speak and that plumbing is very
    delicate, sensitive and prone to pain when
    irritated. The result is a great deal of pain as
    the stone makes its way through. When it passes
    through the urethra, there can be brief and
    intense manhood pain. A man who thinks he has a
    kidney or bladder stone should see a doctor to
    determine the best course of action.
  • 4. An inflamed prostate gland. A mans prostate
    gland can lead to all sorts of issues in his
    nether regions, and that include manhood pain and
    slow urination. The inflammation makes it more
    difficult to push urine through to the bladder,
    and any sort of blockage in the area can be quite
    uncomfortable. Besides that, the inflammation
    could be a sign of a more serious issue, so it
    pays to get checked out.

  • 5. An enlarged prostate. As men age, their
    prostate might enlarge a bit. For some lucky men,
    there is no pain or problem resulting from this.
    But for others, any enlargement of this important
    organ can lead to slower urination, a feeling of
    heaviness in the abdomen and lower midsection,
    painful urination, and other types of manhood
    pain. The good news is that there are many
    treatments available for the problem, and men can
    try them out one at a time until they figure out
    what works for them.

  • In addition to taking care to see a physician
    if manhood pain upon urination becomes an issue,
    a man should strive to keep his male organ
    healthy on a daily basis. A specially formulated
    male organ health crème (health professionals
    recommend Man 1 Man Oil, which is clinically
    proven mild and safe for skin) will help him do
    this. A man should look for a crème with a
    variety of vitamins and nutrients designed to
    enhance blood flow and avoid peripheral nerve
    damage. A good Shea butter and vitamin E base can
    help ensure the skin stays supple, smooth and as
    healthy as possible.
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