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From: Luke (86.139.109.22)
Subject:         Persistent Urethritis in male- Dr Doug
Date: October 12, 2013 at 5:19 pm PST

Hi Doug, About 3 months ago I noticed a pain during urination, a burning feeling. I had had other symptoms of a UTI or similar for the previous year or two. These symptoms were only occasional (a couple of times a week),but here they are- often when I was washing up or washing my hands or something, or if I had a gulp of water, I felt the need to urinate. When I went to urinate, the urine was minimal and it was accompanied by a severe pain in my bladder area. As I said these symptoms were not every day and I don't experience this anymore.

Anyway, fast track to 3 months ago when I first experienced the burning sensation when urinating, which was every time I urinated. I didn't do anything for 2 months, then I went to a sexual health clinic 1 month ago. They did a swap or similar and noticed that there was pus in my urethra, so they diagnosed me with non specific urethritis. They gave me a course of Doxycycline, 100mg twice a day. The burning feeling didn't really go away, and since completing the treatment a few weeks ago it is the same as ever. Can you shed some light on what might be happening to my body, and any hypothetical suggestions for going forward?

As always your advice is invaluable, thanks doc.

Luke

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