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Problems urinating are more common — and can start earlier — than you think. Many times, your prostate is the culprit. While the rest of your body stops growing after puberty, your prostate kicks things back up again around the age of It goes off every hour or two, and sometimes even more at night. Frequent urination is one of the most common symptoms of an enlarged prostate.

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Urinary Incontinence in Men

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The Man Manual - men's health made easy in print. Together we can change that. Our online community. I have been having trouble recently passing blood while urinating. I am in no pain and it does not hurt to urinate. I was wondering what this could mean.

I am also having problems in the sexual deparment. Sometimes I can't seem to get my penis hard or while having sex it will not stay hard. Don't know what the problem is here either. Please reply. Thank you very much. Time to go see your GP. The good news is that these things are almost always treatable, but you should not normally pass blood in your urine so get there and get it sorted out. The causes range from infection of the bladder, kidney or testes which is usually painful, to a cancer of the testes which is thankfully very treatable.

Obviously it is impossible to give you a definitive diagnosis without examination and history but a trip to your GP sounds like a good idea. Also I have found at the same time that during intercourse when I ejaculate it is not painful, but fairly uncomfortable. Are the two things related they started at the same time and what is the cause? Please as I am very concerned. Relax, there are men out here who are so glad you have asked this question.

It is called the Shilling sign for the appearance of the stain. These days it could be better called the Euro sign. It is a small amount of urine which leaks out after the muscular contraction of the bladder and sits in a wide part of the urethra the wide part of the pipe inside the penis.

Try giving the base of the penis on the underside just where it meets the abdomen a good squeeze. It should do the trick. I am a 39 year old healthly male. I do not have any problem urinating, however, no matter how much I shake, I find that a minute or so after I finish, I tend to dribble.

Is this common, and what should I do about it? I can just hear men all over the UK saying, 'Yeh, I get that too'. It was once called the Shilling sign because the wet spot on your pants was about the same size and shape of a shilling. These days it would be called the Euro sign. Whatever the name, it is very common and is caused by the retention of a small amount of urine in a wider part of the urethra the pipe inside the penis.

After you have finished, given it a good shake, slap the sides of the urinal to impress the guy next to you, squeeze the base of the underside of the penis just where it joins the abdomen.

This will force out that last drop. A sigh of relief goes round Britain! My girlfriend had an urinary infection. She took some pills prescribed by the doctor and we stopped having sexual relations for 1 month.

Nowadays, we are having sexual relations again for 2 weeks right now , and she is feeling the symptoms again she is feeling that she wants to urinate constantly. I would like to know if it is possible that I have the urinary infection and I am passing it to her.

If it is possible, how can I know if I have an urinary infection? Because I am not feeling any abnormal or urinary infection symptoms? This is probably the most important question I have been asked for some time as it shows that us men are capable of thinking about our partners as well as sex. You are quite correct. Sexually transmitted diseases which affect women badly don't always have any kind of serious effect on men so they can go unnoticed.

A very good example is Chlamydia which causes next to no symptoms in the man other than some irritation on passing water and possibly a discharge from the penis. For women it is a totally different story causing infertility, ectopic pregnancy where the baby forms outside of the womb, potentially fatal and pelvis inflammatory disease. You should have yourself checked immediately to stop the infection, if it exists, from passing backwards and forwards between you. Congratulations on being a real man and not a selfish bastard.

For the last 2 years I have had urinary problems. The problem is not always there. It started with the need to go to the toilet to urinate quite frequently.

I saw my GP who at the time prescribed antibiotics saying that I probably had an infection in my urinary tract, she also booked me in for tests on my prostate. The problem cleared up for a while, the tests showed no enlargement of the prostate.

After a few weeks the problem returned, although not with the same ammount of frequency or urgency. I had a mild ache in my kidney area so again I thought it may be to an infection. I tried homeopathy which seemed to work for a while or maybe it was just coincidental.

I have gone back for more checks all with negative results, I even had a scan and yet again rectal examination of the prostate. All tests proved negative but the problem came and went. The problem usually came when I was at work.

Therefore I tried to put it down to maybe a stressful time at work. I'm usually ok at home. I work shift hours and find the the problem is worse when I'm on early shift. The other problem that I have is a distinct smell of urine.

Especially after urinating. Although there is no evidence of incontinance. Do you think taking something like St Johns Wort will help in dealing with the stress at work? I try other de stressing techniques which have some affect. I think if it was not for the smell of urine then I could probably handle the situation but as I work with a number of colleagues then the problem is that of embarressment. From what I can work out you are more concerned over the smell of urine than the symptoms of frequency or urgency.

Let's look first at the symptoms. Urine is more concentrated in the morning so it irritates the prostate more and causes the desire to urinate. As the urine passes down the urethra it causes irritation of this very sensitive pipe connecting the bladder to the penis and you feel you must pass water yet again. This wears off as you drink fluids and the urine becomes less concentrated.

If your tests are clear for enlarged prostate and infection there is unlikely to be anything else wrong. Now the smell of urine. You may not be imagining it. The easiest way is to sniff your trousers at the crotch. Unless you have a very long neck this is best done at bedtime when you jettison them. You may suffer from a very common male problem which is very rarely talked about but which causes the 'urine smell'.

After you have finished passing water you may notice a small amount of urine 'leaking' after you have returned your penis to its rightful place in your undies. There may even be a small round wet stain formed on your trousers. It used to be called the Dollar or Shilling sign. Now it would be called the Euro sign. You can stop this by firmly squeezing the base of penis just where it meets the groin at the scrotum.

Give this a try and get back to me before you consider anything more drastic. I occassionally get small "leaks" of urine when experiencing the sensation of needing to urinate. At these times the sensation to urinate is quite strong. If I do not urinate at that time then I can quite often go some time before having to do so.

Whilst this applies during the day it is particularly strong in the morning when waking I usually have to go to the toilet once during the night, but never more and sometimes not at all. I think I probably urinate quite frequently maybe 8 or 9 times per day. I would need more information - not least your age - but from what you tell me I suspect it is nothing to be too concerned about although you may need to see your doctor as I will explain.

You are experiencing urethritis - irritation of the tube urethra which passes from the bladder to the tip of the penis. Urine can be slightly irritating to this sensitive pipe especially in the morning when the urine is more concentrated. Too frequent masturbation or sex can increase the sensitivity of the urethra. Unfortunately there are some other causes which are not so pleasant. Chlamydia infection can cause these symptoms and, although it is virtually harmless for the man, it causes ectopic pregnancies, infertility and can be fatal for women.

Urinary tract infections UTI are much rarer in men than women but do happen. You need to check this out as it can be a symptom of diabetes. Inflammation of the prostate can also cause these symptoms. It would be wise to see your own doctor, although meanwhile you should drink a few glasses of cranberry juice each day which will reduce the inflammation.

Try these techniques to relieve common urinary symptoms without medication

Error: This is required. Error: Not a valid value. Acute urinary retention needs urgent medical attention and your bladder may need to be emptied using a urinary catheter , which is a long soft tube.

For most of your adult life, peeing is delightfully simple. You feel the need to go, you find a place to go and then — ahhh! The inability to empty your bladder completely, called urinary retention, can result from:.

To some degree, this is good for you, because urinating literally flushes out your waste. But just how much is too much peeing? Jamin Brahmbhatt, a urologist with Orlando Health, says if you're otherwise healthy, peeing more than eight times a day and more than once at night could be viewed as abnormal. But of course, the amount you pee varies from person to person, so it's best to get checked out by a doctor to find out for sure if everything's OK down there. Men with prostate problems or neurologic diseases, such as stroke and multiple sclerosis are more prone to this condition as well, he says.

5 Ways You Could Pee Better

Announcer: Is it bad enough to go to the emergency room? Or isn't it? Interviewer: You're having a hard time peeing. Is that a reason to go to the ER or not? Of course "ER or Not" is a game where we decide whether or not something is worth going to the ER or not, so having a hard time urinating. Like, I mean it's difficult to get a stream going. ER or not? Madsen: So this is one where it really depends kind of on the context of this.

Other urinary problems questions

Victorian government portal for older people, with information about government and community services and programs. Type a minimum of three characters then press UP or DOWN on the keyboard to navigate the autocompleted search results. For reasons that are unclear, the second growth spurt of the prostate gland begins when men are in their 30s. It continues to enlarge with age to an average weight of 40 grams in men in their 70s. Although these symptoms often do not need treatment, see your doctor if they are causing you difficulty, as they can be successfully treated.

But a urologist says there are ways to minimize this nightly annoyance.

Urinary incontinence is the accidental release of urine. It's not a disease. It's a symptom of a problem with a man's urinary tract. Urine is made by the kidneys and stored in a sac made of muscle, called the urinary bladder.

Urinary retention

But, there are common bathroom mistakes people make that can lead to unnecessary urinary health issues. Delaying bathroom breaks is problematic for kids, too. This is commonly associated with urine-holding, Dr.

The Man Manual - men's health made easy in print. Together we can change that. Our online community. I have been having trouble recently passing blood while urinating. I am in no pain and it does not hurt to urinate.

Bladder Control Problems in Elderly Men

For frequent urination or urgency in men, these methods really work. And you can always switch to medication later. If you are a man over age 50, chances are you know—or will soon—someone taking a medication for an overgrown prostate gland. Better known as benign prostatic hyperplasia BPH , this condition can cause bothersome problems like frequent urination at night, difficulty completely emptying the bladder, and the urgent need to urinate at inconvenient times. BPH triggers noticeable problems in a third of men in their 60s and nearly half of those in their 80s. Drug therapy relieves symptoms, and for severe problems, surgery may be considered. But for men with milder symptoms that don't interfere much with their daily lives, there's another option: watchful waiting.

Nov 7, - In men, the need to push urine may be a sign of bladder outlet obstruction, If you can't help but push urine out, see a urologist or primary care.

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Prostate problems

Back to Health A to Z. The prostate is a small gland found only in men. It surrounds the tube that carries urine out of the body urethra. The prostate gland is about the size and shape of a walnut but tends to get bigger as you get older.

Types and causes

Naturally, urinary leakage differs from man to man but regardless if you're dealing with just a few drops every now and then or you're dealing with larger leaks, you can rest assured in knowing that there's help available and there are ways to help you stay in control of urine leakage. Data on file not published. John As you can see, the cause of urine leakage in men can depend on many factors.

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