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What exactly is the problem?
Thanks for the details
You do need to make an appointment with a Urologist
This can be done through your GP
If you want to go privately then you can make an appointment directly but it will not be covered by NHS
So best would be to see a GP for examination and then have a referral
Please do let me know if you have any other question
There is nothing to be scared of as it can happen
You must have an evaluation as the more you delay the chances of getting it back to normal reduce
You should see the GP first for an examination
Yes most often these are treatable but first a diagnosis of exact problem needs to be made for which you need an examination
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