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Hard To Say
Hard to say: Can't see your age, but concerning. May progress to complete inability to pee. Need to see doc. Until then avoid anything that could make this worse - cold medications, anti allergy meds, etc. Causes: if young, medications are prime suspects. If old then prostate enlargement esp if painless. If you have ever had any urologic procedures scarring is likely. ...Read more
Sometimes it's hard to say what i'm thinking . Ok like i know what i want to say but it's hard to verbalize it . What could be causing this?
Any number of things: A number of things can cause mental fog or trouble verbalizing well. So are higher on the list depending on the age. Medications can contribute to this but other disorders such as adhd, hormonal abnormalities or past stroke can also lead to this. If this is a frequent problem you should see your doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
If problem, see Dr: If not achieving this on own (or not any longer), should discuss options with your dr or urologist. History & exam will screen for any medical issue causing this that may need treatment, and meds can be prescribed to help, or educate about alternatives (vacuum/ring/etc.). ...Read more
FDA?: We have had all manner of drug shortages of both name brand but particularly of generic medications in the last 2 years. The fda is at fault per the pharmacists I have talked to, it seems they have been inspecting manufacturing facilities and reviewing medications for "safety" issues and that has put some on the shortage list. I don't personally know that to be fact however. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Baby steps: Baby steps. Try opening up to one person who is sensitive, caring and not likely to repeat what you share. After you have had one positive experience with sharing, you can slowly build on that. ...Read more
When i need to pee I have to try poop to pee. It's very hard to do when standing. Why is it hard to pee?
Finding A PSYCH.: There is a scarcity of pschiatrist in USA. Especially in the smaller or rural areas. To get a psych. ask your family MD /internist for a referral. Call the American Psychiatric Ass. or American Academy of Child & Adolescent Psychiatrist to find psych. near you. Consider asking your minister/pastor/priiest to recommend a psych. Call Univ. Dept. of Psych. for available psych. Chk Web site. ...Read more
Problems remembering: Could be caused by many things -- stress, anxiety, fatigue, a learning disability, lack of interest or motivation, head injury, other medical conditions, etc. Check with a doctor to rule out medical causes. Then talk to a learning specialist. Much more information is needed to answer your question. ...Read more
Denial, inconvenienc: Most medical advice will suggest the patient change lifestyle, eating habits, exercise habits, spend money, suffer inconvenience. Most involve delayed gratification - if you do this you will feel better in the future. It is easiest when the suffering is obvious - e.g. Not too hard to get an arthritis patient to take anti-pain medications. Compliance is a major issue for most. ...Read more
Access and time: The amount of processed food that is readily available has gone up tremendously and has led to its increased consumption. Moreover, the amount of actual physical activity that we get throughout the day has gone down. Kids don't walk and play as much. They spend more time in front of the tv. Adults have very little time for leisure activities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Counseling: Seeing a mental health professional may help you with this problem. Therapy, of various types, might assist you. ...Read more