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my partner complaining about his problem which is he will get hurt through his pee. he starts facing that problem since we're having intercourse relationship. he also have some fester on his testis foreskin. can you give some info regarding this issue as soon as possible..?

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A painful burning feeling when he urinates is often a sign of a urinary tract infection. However, painful urination can happen even if he doesn't have an infection. Certain drugs, like some used in cancer chemotherapy, may inflame the bladder. Something pressing against the bladder or a kidney stone stuck near the entrance to the bladder can also cause painful urination. There are various treatment options that can help. Treatment usually depends on the symptoms and causes of the painful urination. Conventional treatments are antibiotics, urinary analgesics, antifungal drugs. A combination of herbal ingredients such as Agothosma betulina, Arctostaphylos uva-ursi, Melissa officinalis, Avena sativa, Hypericum perforatum, Vaccinium myrtillus, and Echinacea angustifolia are commonly used to treat Painful Urination and other bladder infections, and are specifically chosen for their supportive properties to the bladder and urinary system. As for the fester on his testis foreskin, he might have experienced skin inflammation of the skin structures on the scrotum. He should probably visit his family doctor for a physical examination.
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