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Urinary Tract Infection In Man

Urinary Tract Infection In Man

Diagnosing urinary tract infection in man is rather easy, but if urethritis is accompanied with a penile wart, treatment can take more time. Treatment usually includes the use of antibiotics and does not last long. It is recommended to contact a doctor for tests. In most cases, male patients experience a burning sensation during urination; nocturnal, back pains, and can also suffer from nausea. Diagnosing urinary tract infection in man is rather easy, but if urethritis is accompanied with a penile wart, treatment can take more time.

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Urinary Tract Infection In Man

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Urethritis, Penile Wart

Older patients develop this disease due to the spread of bacteria captured because of enlarged prostate. As a rule, males under 3 months old and over 50 suffer form this condition the most. In males, this condition is not so common, yet can be rather serious if not treated. Diagnosing urinary tract infection in man is rather easy, but if urethritis is accompanied with a penile wart, treatment can take more time.

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

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