Genital & Urinary Pain
Genital and urinary pain, is also referred to as genitourinary pain. It refers to pain in the pelvic region, the genitals and the urinary tract.
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Individuals should seek immediate medical treatment, if an individual experiences flank pain with the inability to pee, or the individual is unable to pee.
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