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I feel that the treatment section of this article is poor, having Flavoxate as the only drug listed is both pointless and misleading. This section should state that treatment depends on causes of Dysuria and shouldn't say more as it would be misleading. Andyrewldn (talk) 22:37, 6 February 2011 (UTC)

People that have Fibromyalgia have this condition as well. I have Fibromyalgia. I get painful boils in my ears., and according to my wax in the ears, my specialist says my ears do not "flake" the dead cell's away, but are inside the canal. I get very painful boils, and a white clear substance comes out. I also have the painful urination, and I find an antibiotic cream such as antibiotic cream put on the genitials, will clear this up quickly...I taught in pools for 4 years...and I think the boils are caused from swimmer's ear and a combination of being in the humidity of closed in heated pools, which opens the pores of your skin and the chlorine has had a very bad side effect because it got into the bloodstream. It is a theory I have. I have not had it proven by a medical doctor, but am still looking for the answer. I do not pick the boils as the clear fluid spreads and causes a worse outbreak. Putting hot compresses on them shrinks them faster, and I wait it out as my skin does not absorb any creams at all. My skin flakes like from the inside out. It is how I feel. I feel like my body is turned inside out. I cannot explain it...but I am more prone to things.Cite error: There are <ref> tags on this page without content in them (see the help page). Hopefully this helps others. This is all through about the last 7 years of my own personal history and cycle I deal with. — Preceding unsigned comment added by 1JavaJo (talkcontribs) 16:43, 9 April 2015 (UTC)