Men can get urinary tract infections. A UTI is unusual in a young man but is more common if a man is over 50 or if he has an enlarged prostate gland, kidney stones, diabetes, a compromised immune system or a bladder catheter insertion, as stated by Everyday Health.
Symptoms of urinary tract infections in men are similar to symptoms that occur in women and include pain on urination, back or abdominal pain, constantly feeling the need to urinate but only producing a small amount of urine, and production of urine that appears bloody or cloudy or that smells bad, as explained by Everyday Health. One UTI symptom that only occurs in men, however, is leakage of fluid from the penis. A man who experiences these symptoms requires antibiotic treatment to prevent the infection from spreading and becoming more serious.