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Painful Urination: Why Does It Hurts When I Pee?

Nothing is quite as frustrating as dealing with a burning sensation when you pee. But what makes it hurt so much? Why does it feel like the urine is literally on fire? What can help to stop this? If you are curious about the answers to these questions you probably experience painful urination yourself. But don’t worry because we can definitely give you the answer to that. We can help you overcome painful urination by providing exercises that help you to properly engage the pelvic floor muscles that regulate the release of urine.

To find out more, keep reading, and hopefully, you’ll be one step closer to finding some relief.

Why Does Urinating Hurt?

Men experiencing pain or discomfort upon peeing is common in older people. There are a lot of reasons why this happens, but the below conditions can produce the symptoms. These are:

  • Urinary tract infection (UTI)
  • Kidney problems (Ex. An infection or kidney stones)
  • Prostate problems
  • Sometimes Sexually transmitted diseases (STIs).

Take note that when you experience a burning sensation upon urination, it is best to see a doctor to help you find the cause of your discomfort and help with the treatment. You can also find a physical therapist who can provide you with exercises that will help achieve proper engagement of the pelvic floor muscles that regulate urine release.

How Can PT Help Ease Painful Urination?

For some people, urination can be a painful experience. While there are a variety of medications that can help to ease this pain, pelvic floor exercises may provide even more relief. 

A pelvic floor is a group of muscles that support the bladder and help to control urination. If these muscles are weak or tight, they can put pressure on the bladder and cause pain when urinating.

Pelvic floor exercises help to strengthen the muscles around the bladder and urethra, which can help to prevent incontinence and reduce pain during urination. Physical therapy can also help to relieve pain by stretching and strengthening the pelvic muscles. In addition, physical therapists can teach patients how to correctly perform pelvic floor exercises, which can further improve their results. For many people, physical therapy is the key to easing painful urination.

Right Physiotherapist for your Painful Urination

We know how hard it is to find a partner who will stay with you until you say “I am FREE from PAIN NOW” especially if you are a man. However, you don’t have to be anxious because we are here to help you live a pain-free life.

At Pelvis NYC, we are dedicated to helping men ease their symptoms and improve the quality of their life. Our physiotherapist named Dr. Adam Gvili uses a variety of techniques to relieve pain, including massage, heat and cold therapies, electrical stimulation, and exercises. His treatment is specifically tailored per individual to target the right cause of the pain and employed the right treatment.

For further inquiries, visit Pelvis NYC and get a FREE 15-minute teleconsultation. Book a schedule now and let’s find the right combination of treatments to ease your pain and get you back to feeling normal again.

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