I am new on this board, I have been having trouble emptying my bladder, I had Transurethral Incision or Resection of the Bladder Neck in 2010 I've also tried intersteim a peacemaker type device for the bladder in 2011. I've been on several different Meds, nothing helps!.
The Doctor can't figure out what is causing this!. my bladder makes me look like I'm 11-12 weeks pregnant. but I'm not because I'm a male. it's very unconfortable to wear jeans or regular underwear, so if I'm not going anywhere fancy I wear nylon jogging pants out, I also wear spandex shorts as underwear!.
I'm also having testicle pain. along with out of the blue erections. I'm just sitting at my computer, next thing I feel is my penis getting erect!. it hurts too. I also have some mild discharge from the penis and also my anus. the discharge is a cloudy muscly color. it really brothers me with the erections, expressly while I'm out.
I'm also having Pain in the right side of the bladder.View Thread
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