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Burning and itching in urethra

Burning in the urethra

Burning in the urethra (the urethra) is mainly a symptom of any infectious inflammatory diseases of the urinary tract. These diseases can be spread a variety of harmful microorganisms, including agents of sexually transmitted diseases (chlamydia, gonorrhea, Trichomonas), and sticks are Staphylococcus, Streptococcus, E. coli, and so on. Most inflammatory diseases is still sexually transmitted, so the burning sensation during urination you should pay close attention. Burning is the main symptom of urethritis, sexually transmitted diseases (gonorrhea, chlamydia), and inflammation of the prostate gland.

Also burning can cause some factors, such as sour or spicy drinks, alcohol, tea and coffee, medicines, chemicals contained in personal hygiene. Also cause burning sensation in the urethra are often injured during Masturbation and intercourse.

Burning in the urethra is the main reason of the visit to the doctor. The patient required bacteriological analysis of urine. Men examine the prostate gland, and in the case of recurrence of the disease examine the kidneys with ultrasound study in more detail study the urethra and bladder using endoscopy.

Be sure to pay attention to hygiene enjoyed by the patient, often because soap, scented gels or deodorants can contain causing irritation of the urethra chemical.

Sometimes the cause of a burning sensation in the urethra becomes inflammation of the mucous membrane of the bladder (cystitis). Inflammation occurs when the bladder gets any infection. In some cases, patients can appear the symptoms of urinary incontinence. This occurs when the muscles responsible for closing the outlet of the bladder, may prevent its reduction.

An extremely common cause of a burning sensation in the urethra becomes inflammation of the mucous membrane – urethritis. It can include frequent urination and severe discomfort during this process. A sick person feels itching, burning, pain and pressure. It is also possible purulent discharge from the urethra. The risk of cystitis and urethritis is that the inflammatory process may reach the kidneys, causing inflammation (pyelonephritis).

When should you contactthe doctor? If the burning lasts more than a day, accompanied by any discharge, frequent urge to urinate or there is a suspicion of a possible sexually transmitted diseases. In this case, the examination shall be the sexual partner of the patient.

Itching in the urethra

Itching in the urethra is a symptom of various diseases of the genital and urinary tract. Most often it does not manifest itself, but is accompanied by other unpleasant sensations such as pain and burning when urinating. Often itching is a manifestation of gonorrhea, trichomoniasis, genital candidiasis, chlamydia and urethritis.

Trichomoniasis is caused when the urethra actively proliferate Trichomonas. Often burning and itching are the only explicit manifestations of this disease. While trichomoniasis causes a large number of serious complications.

Urogenital candidiasis is a fungal etiology, and pruritus is very often the observed symptom. Candidiasis dangerous high risk of developing various complications such as prostatitis, urethritis, cystitis and so on.

Terrible sexually transmitted disease gonorrhoea affects the entire urinary system. Itching in the urethra in most cases it is an early symptom, and then usually appear painful, burning and purulent discharge from the urethra.

We must not forget that itching never appears without any reason and always indicates the presence of a certain disease of the genitourinary system. If you feel itching in the urethra – definitely contact your doctor who will determine the cause of the discomfort and prescribe treatment until the more serious inflammation and other complications.