Urethrorrhea is a medical term used to describe the abnormal and involuntary discharge of fluid, often pus or mucus, from the urethra – the narrow tube that carries urine from the bladder out of the body. This condition can be indicative of an underlying medical issue, such as infection, inflammation, or injury affecting the urethra. Urethrorrhea may present with symptoms like pain or discomfort during urination, urinary frequency, and the presence of discolored or foul-smelling discharge. Prompt medical evaluation is recommended to determine the cause of the urethrorrhea and initiate appropriate treatment to address the underlying condition.

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