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Male Urinary Tract Infection

Male Urinary Tract Infection

A male urinary tract infection is not related to a penile wart, verruca and other viral disorders. Diagnosis is done on the strain of bacteria present. Also, restrain from drinking coffee and other liquids that trigger water in the urine system. Though it is hard to prevent the disease, men are recommended to make use of condoms, avoid rectal intercourse, and stick to hygiene rules. A male urinary tract infection is not related to a penile wart, verruca and other viral disorders.

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Male Urinary Tract Infection

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Penile Wart, Verruca

Dysuria, nocturia, urgency to pee, fever, vomiting, etc. are typical signs of the condition. However, it appears to be common in men over 50 and can bring harmful effects. Men do not suffer from this disease as much as women do. A male urinary tract infection is not related to a penile wart, verruca and other viral disorders.

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Dr. Joe Glickman, Jr., M.D.

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