Q: Good morning ma’am, I am 22 years old and I’ve been battling with ‘hardship urine’ since when I was 18 years. I have gone to hospital several times and I’ve tried different antibiotics but there is no change up till now. I never had sexual Intercourse with anyone. I don’t know what to do.
A: Thanks a lot for writing in.
I want to believe that hardship urine means difficulty with urinating. I will reproduce a post I had done on this subject.
You didn’t quite define the kind of urinary problems you’re having? Is it pain during urination? Is it difficulty with urination? Is it feeling an urgency to urinate and perhaps urinating on yourself before getting to the toilet? Or perhaps feeling an urgency but not being able to urinate when you get to the toilet? Or a split stream of urine? These are some of the problems that could arise from urination.
Generally, urinary problems could arise from a urinary tract infection, an infection or enlargement of the prostate, straddle injury (falling astride an object), a sexually transmitted infection, cancer etc
So, to help you out, please click on the links below to have a better idea of what it could be.
Be sure to see your doctor asap to check you out thoroughly and confirm a diagnosis. Perhaps you can get a second opinion from another doctor.
Have a good night, y’all 😀