| | Pain Urinating Not a Stone or Infection & Had For Years Now
I'm a male, and ever since I was 11-12, I had pain urinating. In the beginning the pain occurred rarely, but it became more and more occurent, to the point it was happening pretty much every time I urinated.
Probably a few months after the pain started to appear, I went to the urologist. He had me urinate in a jug. I didn't have any signs of any problem according to the results, so they simply suggested I drink more water. The pain never went away, though.
A few years later, 2 or 3, I went to a kidney specialist, and he had me urinate in a jug for a week. The results showed that I had a high concentration of calcium in my urine. They had me take an X-Ray, and it indeed showed that I had a kidney stone. I believe the kidney specialist thought it was the second most common of the kidney stones, and that I was considerably young to actually have a kidney stone. They put a stent in me for a week or so, so they could reach the kidney stone. When they took the stent out, apparently they found that the kidney stone had passed on its own during the time I had the stent in me.
It's been a number months later, plenty of time for my area to heal, and yet there is still burning when I urinate. There was blood before I had surgery when I urinated, and good news is that it's gone, no more blood when I urinate. But the pain persists. I have been drinking a fair amount of water, and I know I don't have an urinary infection or a kidney stone.
I went a few months ago, and when I got checked back in and I told them that I still had pain, the only reason they could think of was that I don't drink enough for it to heal, but I have. They also could promise me that another kidney stone couldn't have formed in that time.
Trust me, there's been PLENTY of time for my area to heal, and if it was going to heal, it would have done it ages ago, and there hasn't been enough time for another kidney stone to form, so that's out of the question.
I'm in my teens, if that could possibly help diagnose my urinary track issue. The only possible problem I can come up with is that I take my baths in soapy water. My area is soaking in that water, and I guess that could be an issue, but I don't think that it would cause this sort of pain, this constantly. (every single time I urinate) The pain is at the tip of my penis. I've never had any sort of intercourse, so I know I don't have an STD or anything of the sort.
Last edited by stickman 109; 03-07-2010 at 08:33 PM.