Urethral Stricture
   Urethras are the ducts that cause urine to be discharged from bladder. This duct is wide enough to flow the urine freely. Narrow discharging ducts make discharging limit and it is called “urethral stricture”. Urethral stricture is a disease that generally happens in men.
 



   Symptoms of urethral stricture
  • Weak urine flow and reduction of volume
  • Frequent urinating
  • Smarting when urinating
  • Involuntarily urinating
  • Pelvic or lower abdomen pain
  • Pain and inflammation of penis
  • Presence of blood in semen or urine
  • Urine darkness
  • Inability in discharging urine which is a warning and serious indicator for emergent medical care measures.