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Why do I take long to urinate?

Thursday, 11 September 2008
Answered by: Dr. Mahendra Bhandari
Professor of Urology, Director Clinical Research
Vattikuti Urology Institute, Henry Ford Hospital
Detroit, USA
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Q. I am a 33 years old male having problems while urinating. It takes me at least 2-3 minutes to start urinating and at times I experience groin pain. What does this indicate?

A.  Your symptoms seem to be related with probably with your holding urine for a long time. If the bladder is full than it is usual to suffer pain and take longer to pass urine. If you are concerned about your problem you could see a urologist and confirm that you have no problem.

A.  Your symptoms seem to be related with probably with your holding urine for a long time. If the bladder is full than it is usual to suffer pain and take longer to pass urine. If you are concerned about your problem you could see a urologist and confirm that you have no problem.

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