Urethral pain: 388 reports
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Drugs that could cause Urethral pain
Conditions that could cause Urethral pain
Most common Urethral pain symptoms
- Urinary tract infection - (2 reports)
- Hair loss - (2 reports)
- Gallstones - (2 reports)
- Arrhythmias - (2 reports)
- Obliterative bronchiolitis - (2 reports)
- Pneumonia - (2 reports)
- Graft versus host disease - (2 reports)
- Upper respiratory tract infection - (2 reports)
- Prostate cancer metastatic - (2 reports)
- Bone cancer metastatic - (2 reports)
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