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Loss of Control of Urine in Men
Contact your doctor. Symptoms such as pain, burning, bleeding or frequency can indicate a serious problem with the urinary tract, such as
a urinary tract infection
a kidney stone
a tumor of the bladder.
You should have an urgent evaluation that includes an examination of your urine (to look for evidence of infection or bleeding) and possibly other tests, such as a computed tomography (CT scan) or cystoscopy.
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