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Urology :: Long-term Outlook of Hypospadias
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At the CHOC Children’s Urology Center, we follow our patients throughout childhood by checking their urine flow rates and post urination residual measurements to ensure that the urine is flowing and emptying the body as it should. Although rare, strictures or fistulas can develop after the hypospadias repair has been made. These are either “leaks” where a second hole develops along the site repaired (fistula) or an area within the urethra that scars and tightens causing a stricture. Signs that a stricture has developed include urinary tract infections, straining to urinate or feeling like one has to push or grunt to urinate. 

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