Question by  bniles (58)

What are pain meds' effect on the urethra?


Answer by  wmgcgirl12 (293)

Narcotic pain medications can increase difficulty or cause difficult urination. The medication affects some nerves that go to the bladder.


Answer by  patti (29325)

Pain meds are prescribed for pain. They have no immediate specific effect on the urethra unless the pain is relative to the urinary system.


Answer by  DrFeelGood (259)

Pain medications are powerful and potent. They could cause poor urethra flow, and in general cause pain when using the restroom.


Answer by  benjaport (15)

Narcotic pain medications can often make it more difficult to urinate, depending on the strength and the type of the drug, the effects can be increasingly more adverse.


Answer by  meena (400)

There are some side effects for the urthera when you use pills for intercouse. Azithromycin causes pain to the abdomen and the urethra gets effected. By taking pain killer very often it effects the kidney and in turn the urethara also gets weak and causes pain will be very severe.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

You would have to talk to your doctor about the effects of taking poain meds, the doctor can tell you about some of the side effects. Or when you go to the drug store you could ask the person that is filling your meds.

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