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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

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Ataxia (Definition)

Ataxia means movements without coordination. People with ataxia have incoordination because the parts of the nervous system that control movement and balance are not working properly. Ataxia can be associated with infections, injuries, or degenerative changes in the central nervous system. Ataxias may be hereditary ...Read more


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Iam 49 m suffering from detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia bladder outler obstruction please is there any syrgery or medications for me please send me thedetail?

Iam 49 m suffering from detrusor-sphincter dyssynergia bladder outler obstruction please is there any syrgery or medications for me please send me thedetail?

Nutritional advice: You already have a urologist. If you want to correct the cause, you must try a new diet. Read one of these books and follow the advice in it: 'eat to live'; 'the china study' or 'food for life'. The movie, "forks over knives", rentable on netflix etc; &/or websites like : drmcdougall.Com will give you lots of information. The bladder is related to your diabetes most likely. Try a new diet to fix. ...Read more

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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

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Puborectalis&external anal sphincter dyssynergia for a year. severe constipation doesn't respond to dietry changes&water.what to do for constipation?

Puborectalis&external anal sphincter dyssynergia for a year. severe constipation doesn't respond to dietry changes&water.what to do for constipation?

Constipation: If you have the urge but cannot move your bowels,insert a rectal dulcolax suppository or a fleets enema. Sometimes manual disimpaction or full tap waster enema is needed. If you have no urge at all, take oral laxative like fleets phosphosoda, milk of magnesia or dulcolax tablets. Presence of abdominal distension, severe cramps or vomiting requires a physician's prompt attention. Daily senokotS ok ...Read more

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Puborectalis&external anal sphincter dyssynergia that cause me to strain.I do physiotherapy that involves strain.how to avoid hemerrhoids to develop?

Puborectalis&external anal sphincter dyssynergia that cause me to strain.I do physiotherapy that involves strain.how to avoid hemerrhoids to develop?

Suggest specialist: specialist within Gastroenterology esp in field of Motility would be best able to address concerns of dyssynergia (assuming diagnosis was made on manometry) and rule out other confounding factors. Besides physiotherapy, use possible stool softener, avoid toilet paper, use non-alcohol baby wipes/shower to remove irritants, and possible application Balmex - happy to rv prior workup &consult further ...Read more

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Urodynamics showed high pressure voiding and detrusor dyssynergia.Grew up in an abusive home and not always allowed to use the bathroom so developed a habit of holding it in. Could it be from that?

Urodynamics showed high pressure voiding and detrusor dyssynergia.Grew up in an abusive home and not always allowed to use the bathroom so developed a habit of holding it in. Could it be from that?

GreatInsight, Habits: intensely learned. The good news, the better you understand the emotional experiential underpinnings of the learned responses & are able to recognize & "feel" the distinctions & changes you now live in, the more the leaning & behaviors can change, often quickly/dramatically for the better. We are intelligent creatures & emotional learning, not conscious logic, is dominant: http://goo.gl/foDTU0. ...Read more

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Can an infection cause bladder dyssynergia?

Bladder dyssynergia: is a neurogenic disorder. It is not caused by a bladder infection, rather it can make one prone to bladder infections. ...Read more

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How on earth do you get abdomino-phrenic dyssynergia? What can you possible do to overcome it?

How on earth do you get abdomino-phrenic dyssynergia? What can you possible do to overcome it?

Seek help: for proper diagnosis or second opinion. This diagnosis may need to be reconsidered. Thorough examination is needed to make sure nothing is missed ...Read more

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What is anismus, pelvic-floor dyssynergia? How is it treated?

What is anismus, pelvic-floor dyssynergia? How is it treated?

Pelvic muscle pain: Syndromes resulting in rectal/anal and pelvic muscle pain problems require a full examination. This is performed through the anus in men, and through the vagina in women. Physical therapy treatments are applied externally or internally depending on your condition and response. Psychological issues may contribute, but certainly complicate your care, so try to communicate well with your physician. ...Read more

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I have puborectalis dyssynergia. Can it be treated with dietary changes only without biofeedback or botox?

I have puborectalis dyssynergia. Can it be treated with dietary changes only without biofeedback or botox?

Dyssynergia: I think that biofeedback can help a lot with neuropathic type pain. Nevertheless, medical interventions, including botox, CBD, and others may still benefit you. ...Read more

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I am suffering from Anismus also known as Pelvic Floor dyssynergia. During bowl motion my anus contract Instead of relaxing...please help !!!

I am suffering from Anismus also known as Pelvic Floor dyssynergia.
During bowl motion my anus contract Instead of relaxing...please help !!!

Anal dysfunction: There are physical therapists who specialize in pelvic floor dysfunction and they may be able to help you. The root cause of your problem may be mechanical or muscular or it may be neurological. Ultimately, you may be helped by surgery, but I would start with physical therapy. ...Read more

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I have a dyssynergia in the pelvic area. pee and poo are a daily nightmare. diagnosis: problems along the down spinal nerves. how can I manage?

I have a dyssynergia in the pelvic area. pee and poo are a daily nightmare.  diagnosis: problems along the down spinal nerves. how can I manage?

Neurologist: A neurologist is best qualified to evaluate,advise and diagnose your condition which sounds complicated. Appropriate tests which may include an mri of your spine will be ordered. ...Read more

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For a year i have anal pain and stool leakage after defecation,diagnosed with puborectalis dyssynergia.no impaction so what causes the leakage?

For a year i have anal pain and stool leakage after defecation,diagnosed with puborectalis dyssynergia.no impaction so what causes the leakage?

Proctologist: There may be an anal fissure as well as an incompetent anal sphincter. A proctologist or colorectal surgeon are best qualified to evaluate,advise and treat you. Perhaps certain exercises may have been already suggested. ...Read more

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What is ataxia?

What is ataxia?

Ataxia: This is a neurological sign consisting of lack of voluntary coordination of muscle movements. Usually implies problems with the cerebellum. ...Read more

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How do people cope with ataxia?

How do people cope with ataxia?

A few tricks: Ataxia, or incoordination and gait imbalance, may be associated with acquired or inherited disease. A good physical therapist could provide gait training, and an occupational therapist could benefit arm incoordination. Canadian crutches, walkers, braces and splints may benefit. Wrist and ankle weights can stabilize. Rarely Buspirone might help. ...Read more

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With what meds do you treat ataxia?

With what meds do you treat ataxia?

Ataxia: Ataxia is usually caused by a neurodegenerative condition such as from acute and chronic alcoholism, a number of hereditary degenerative disease, a stroke or bleeding, particularly in the hind part of the brain (cerebellum), or sometimes by dysfunction of the vestibular nerve that controls balance. There no specific medications to treat this symptom. The cause has to be treated or go away. ...Read more

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What does it mean if I have ataxia?

What does it mean if I have ataxia?

Ataxia: The word ataxia means without coordination. People with ataxia have problems with coordination because parts of the nervous system that control movement and balance are affected. Ataxia may affect the fingers, hands, arms, legs, body, speech, and eye movements. ...Read more

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How do you treat a child with ataxia?

How do you treat a child with ataxia?

Seriously: Ataxia suggests that there is a serious problem in the cerebellum, part of the brain. It needs neurological investigation. Sometimes there is a biochemical reason involving energy metabolism and this should be considered if neurologica studies do not find a reason such as a tumor. ...Read more

Detrusor (Definition)

1. A body part that pushes down. 2. Detrusor urinae (detrusor muscle of the bladder). Compliments of the ...Read more