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I am 20 years old male, gor the last couple of days when I urinate a bad odour comes out along with little pain in my penis. So what is the problem what should I do now?

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I am 20 years old male, gor the last couple of days when ...
Try the following remedy it will surely help you drinking plenty of water helps optimize uric acid filtering. It helps dilute the uric acid and stimulates the kidneys to eliminate excess amounts from the body through urine. Plus, drinking adequate water regularly can reduce the risk of recurrent gout attacks. In an internet-based study presented at the 2009 annual meeting of the american college of rheumatology, researchers found that participants who drank five to eight glasses of water in the 24-hour period prior to a possible gout attack had a 40 percent decreased risk of an attack compared with those who drank only one glass of water or less. Drink at least eight to 10 glasses of water throughout the day. Also, include more fluids and fresh, water-rich fruits and vegetables in your diet. Problem we treat abcdefghijklm nopqrstuvwxyz ulcerative colitis uric acid urinary tract infection urticaria this will help with your concern.
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I am 20 years old male, gor the last couple of days when ...
Drink enough water or liquids, clean properly with salt water below skin also. Avoid oily spicy heavy and nonveg foods containing too much onions and garlic. Perspiration is required by exercise which removes toxins.
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I am 20 years old male, gor the last couple of days when ...
It can be due to infection or less water intake. Take plent of water and liquids. If problem still persists then get urine test.
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