Urethritis is inflammation of the urethra, the tube through whuch urine comes out of the body.
Bacteria from the stool,
bacteria and viruses acquired through sexual transmission
Inflammation of the urethra
Pain with urination
Feeling the frequent or urgent need to urinate
Difficulty starting urination
Itching, pain, or discomfort when a person is not urinating.
Pain during sex
Discharge from the urethral opening or vagina
Blood in the semen or urine
Diagnosis of Urethritis :
Urine Microscopy/ Discharge microscopy
Serological Tests for Viruses
Urethritis Treatment :
Treatment of sequelae - strictures, epididymitis, orchitis
Sexual Partner (s) of the patient may need to be treated as well, based on the cause of the urethritis.
Urethral strictures can result from inflammatory, ischemic, or traumatic processes. These processes lead to scar tissue formation; scar tissue contracts and reduces the caliber of the urethral lumen, causing resistance to the antegrade flow of urine.
infectious - gonococcal
decreased force of stream,
incomplete emptying of the bladder,
urinary terminal dribbling, and
urinary retention, or
urinary tract infections.
Routine Blood & Urine tests
Ultrasound KUB with PVR
Surgical Therapy :
Permanent urethral stents
Open Reconstruction - Primary repair
Repairs involving tissue-transfer techniques - single stage / double stage repairs
Call Ray & Rio’s Speciality Clinic today to book and appointment with our Urology experts.
Urologist Appointment: + 91-9840762083.