What Is Urethral Stricture?
What is urethral stricture? Essentially, a urethral stricture is a constriction within your urethra, the thin tube that carries urine from the bladder to the outside of the body. This is usually due to an inflammation of the urethra or scar tissue found within it. The narrowing of the urethra prevents urine from flowing freely. While this condition is seen in both men and women, urethral stricture seems to affect men at disproportionate rates. Now let’s move on to discuss the various reasons behind a possible compression of the urethra.

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