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Is there a way to solve male (31yo) bladder neck dyssynergia without cutting the sphincter?

Is there a way to solve male (31yo) bladder neck dyssynergia without  cutting the sphincter?

See Urologist: If you are asking about inability to empty bladder completely or have incontinence, than you should see a urologist who can test your bladder's functiong. And decide on the correct treatment. ...Read more

Bladder (Definition)

The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more


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What is the treatment for urinary bladder neck obstruction?

What is the treatment for urinary bladder neck obstruction?

Let me help: Tment options vary depending on the cause of obstruction and the overall health of the patient. Alpha-blocker drug therapy can help to relax the bladder muscles. In many cases, self-catheterization may also be required. Success rates with this type of treatment can vary. If drug therapy does not help, you may need surgery. ...Read more

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Is tight bladder neck classed as bladder neck obstruction? i get stop start urination and swollen feeling on and off, frequent urge etc.

Is tight bladder neck classed as bladder neck obstruction? i get stop start urination and swollen feeling on and off, frequent urge etc.

Here are some...: Tight bladder neck is used to describe what a urologist see on cystourethroscopy-like a tight rubber band ring, which is clinically related with diminishing urine flow so a term of bladder neck obstruction is coined. However, how these findings and description may be implied in urinary symptoms of every individuals should be correlated with urodynamic testing & clinical assessment. So, ask doctor. ...Read more

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Hi doc, I have been diagnosed with bladder neck obstuction after retrograde urethrogram and uroflow tests.Rgu suggested no strictures. Imfeelingpain?

Hi doc, I have been diagnosed with bladder neck obstuction after retrograde urethrogram and uroflow tests.Rgu suggested no strictures. Imfeelingpain?

Here is what I ...: Experiencing painful voiding after diagnostic procedures through the urethra is expected, will ease, and eventually disappeared with variable pace among individuals, usually within 1-2 days, and medication such as Pyridium and Flomax (tamsulosin) may help ease it. Yet, one has to relate the visible bladder neck obstruction with its functional impact onto personal voiding. Detailing? Ask doc timely. Best wish. ...Read more

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Can tight bladder neck be cured 100%?

Can tight bladder neck be cured 100%?

Here are some...: Medical professionals have never cure anything, but help modify our internal and external environments by practicing healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession with or without use of drugs or procedures so to allow our body to undergo self-healing for optimal functional recovery with our own residual strength. So, it can be managed but not cured. More? Ask Doc timely. ...Read more

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What is a bladder neck incision, and what is the recovery time?

What is a bladder neck incision, and what is the recovery time?

TUIBN: Transurethral incision of the bladder neck is an outpatient surgical procedure that opens up bladder neck for urine to flow more freely. Usually there is no overnight stay in the hospital, if uncomplicated. Sometimes a urinary catheter is left in place for a day or so, depending on the clinical situation. Bladder irritability can occur for a few days. Consult a urologist for details. ...Read more

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When I was overseas they told me I needed a bladder neck incision?Whats is it, ?What do they do ? What is the recovery time, ?Does it require staying in

When I was overseas they told me I needed a bladder neck incision?Whats is it, ?What do they do ? What is the recovery time, ?Does it require staying in

See below: Am surprised you need TUBNI at age 42.It is done for bl.neck contracture(causes include:trans-ureth.resection of prost,simple open prostatectomy,radical prost,radioactive seed implant).These procedures are rarely ever done at 42.You are place in stirrups & a scope inserted in urethra & bl.neck incised or resected in circleYou will have regional or gen.ansi. Get 2nd.opinion fr.urologist here ...Read more

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Define transurethral resection of bladder neck?

Define transurethral resection of bladder neck?

Bladder neck incisio: Transurethral resection of the bladder neck ( TURBN ) should be a bladder neck incision in most all cases. It is often indicated for patients for symptoms of BPH with a small prostate gland. If a formal resection is done bladder neck scarring may occur. Sometimes TURBN is done for bladder neck contractures and should be best performed as an incision. ...Read more

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What is a raised bladder neck? I'm told I have it? Does it mean it's tight

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What is a raised bladder neck? I'm told I have it? Does it mean it's tight

Here are some...: "raised" or "high-and-tight" bladder neck has been used to denote what and how the immediate bladder opening (outlet) - bladder neck, looks like visually in the eyes of urologists who perform cystourethroscopy, but relatively subjective. Yet such accumulated experience strongly correlates well with men with hesitancy and poor urine flow. So, if alpha-blocker fails to work, consider... ...Read more

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Obstruction (Definition)

Anything that creates a blockage of the intestinal tract. You may think of the intestinal tract (stomach, small bowel, large bowel) as somewhat akin to a garden hose. If you kink the garden hose, or twist it, or block it inside, you have created an "obstruction". Most obstructions are a results of previous surgery and most of these ...Read more


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Occlusion (Definition)

This refers to how the teeth come together. There are 3 classifications: normal or class i, an excessive overbite or class ii, and an ...Read more