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29 Jul 2012
There are several things that could be the root cause of difficulty urinating. Could be an enlarged prostate. See your doc as this is a major issue in some men and a few are cancerous. Two, you stated you have back pain. Your trouble may be with a nerve coming out of the lower spine that is related to bowel and urinary issues. Third, as Kaismama said, UTI's are a common culprit.
Anyway, for all the reasons listed above, you need to see a doc.
Good luck and good health,
29 Jul 2012
See your doctor or go to the ER ASAP! These are signs of either a urinary tract/kidney infection or even kidney stones... I have problems with kidney stones and infections and these are the same symptoms that I get. You should also go if you notice blood in your urine... it will usually happen at the end of the urine flow. and if you are a guy you need to be checked for prostate problems because these are also signs of prostate problems , including cancer... Just get checked out right away... and I hope you feel better soon... good luck!
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