It is impossible to give a diagnosis without further details like how long were the symptoms present, any associated fever, increased frequency of urination, your weight, comorbid conditions and clinical examination etc.
However one possibility is of a Urinary track infection which is extremely uncommon for men of your age.
Please consult a doctor and get a checkup done.
This may be an urinary tract infection. please visit a surgeon or physician. get a urine examination and usg kub done.
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