Urethral Stricture Treatment is possible, it is an abnormal narrowing of the urethra that slows or blocks the stream of urine exiting the body. The urethra is part of your urinary system, which is also known as the urinary tract. Your urinary tract includes two kidneys, which filter waste products from the bloodstream and produce urine; two ureters, which transport urine from the kidneys to the bladder; the bladder, which stores urine; and the urethra, which eliminates urine from the body.
The urethra connects the bladder to the outside of the body. It ends at the tip of the penis in men and in the area just in front of the vaginal opening in women. The male urethra also transports semen to the outside of the body. In men, the urethra extends from the tip of the penis, through the prostate gland, and up to the urethral sphincter valve.
While urethral stricture can affect people of all ages, it is not a common condition.it is more likely to occur in men than in women due to the differences in anatomy. Urethral Stricture Treatment is completely curable.
Dr. Gautam Banga explains the urethral stricture treatment.
SYMPTOMS of URETHRAL STRICTURE
Bothersome symptoms related to stricture urethra (symptoms in which stricture urethra should be suspected)
Poor urinary stream.
Passing urine with very thin stream or passing urine in drops.
Straining to pass urine.
Need more than usual time to pass urine.
Sudden urge to pass urine
Have to go frequently to pass urine
Sense of incomplete emptying of bladder.
Recurrent urinary infection
Retention or inability to pass urine
Incontinence of urine after retention (Overflow Incontinence)