Urethral injuries are usually a result of some trauma, and the key symptom includes pain with or without the ability to void. Other symptoms include blood on digital, rectal or vaginal examination but generally require a thorough evaluation for injury confirmation. The male urethra is more commonly injured as compared to the female urethra and can result in long term morbidity. For the treatment of urethral injury, doctors usually prefer urethral catheterization or suprapubic cystostomy, and for selective injuries endoscopic realignment is used. Cases with complete disruptions are treated with bladder drainage via suprapubic cystostomy.