Man Has Frequent, Cloudy Urination – Let’s Diagnose

A 58-year-old man went to the urgent care complaining of frequent and painful urination that appears “cloudy,” occurring over the course of a few days, all throughout the day. The patient notes that they feel a slight pressure / pain in their lower back but that they feel fine otherwise. Patient is immunocompetent and has a history of diabetes mellitus. Patient reports that they are currently not sexually active.

Is it urethritis, a urinary tract infection, benign prostatic hyperplasia, or neurogenic bladder?

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