Our expert says:
Hallo In Pain
People with any anatomical abnormality of the urinary tract are usually more prone to urinary tract infections, and your symptoms sound like a UTI. You maybe need to see an urologist, especially if this happens more than 3 times a year as in the long term this can lead to severe kidney damage. The extra urether could be a source of urine stagnating and causing bacterial growth and infection.
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