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    Just posted about UTI - now another problem!
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    jennilb5685 posted:
    I posted the one a few posts down about UTI for the third time...well I've had a kidney infection that has came and went twice. Read my other post for more details. I haven't had any more pain from bladder or kidney. But my urethra has been hurting on and off. I made an appt with a urologist but the appt isn't for another week to two weeks. This morning the pain in my urethra was worse and while I was in the bath, I felt around and felt a lump inside my urethra about an inch that is about the size of a bean and it is tender to the touch. That's definitely what is hurting. It's not excrutiating pain or anything but its hurting just enough to be a constant distraction and annoyance that makes me squirm when I am sitting. Anyone know what this could be??
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    Lainey_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi jennib5685,

    I am sorry you are in pain. Contact your urologist to move up the appointment, or go to you local emergency. A doctor is the person who can properly diagnose you. Please keep us updated.
     
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    Diane K Newman, RN-C, MSN, ANP responded:
    This could be a urethral diverticulum .


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