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Does Baclofen Work Fast For Bladder Retention
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
Here are some ...: Yes, it may develop in few without obvious disorders of nerve system, but simply from inadequate relaxation and opening of urinary sphincter to coordinate the sequential contraction of bladder muscle (detrusor) so to maintain normal pressure inside bladder during peeing. This condition could be suspected by detailing voiding Hx as well as testing and following residual urine, etc. under medical Rx ...Read more
Is it possible to have been born with a larger than normal bladder and then be mis-diagnosed with bladder retention ?
No,: Although functional bladder capacity varies among people, they should be able to empty their bladder. Of no doubt, you have noticed progressive slowing urine flow resulting in having to stand closer ; closer to urinal and taking longer time to finish a peeing. Fact: people accept slowing flow comes with age and wouldn't seek attention until having enough personal inconvenience...So, listen to doc. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Bladder retention appeared when i began using Depakote in 1999. Never considered the cause--not listed side effect. Why continued when later listed?
Retention of urine. : Urinary retention is the inability of the bladder to empty properly. This can be due to a variety of reasons, generally categorized as either the inability for the bladder to contract and expel urine, or due to an obstruction. Failure to expel can be due to diabetes, neurologic problems, of failure of the detrusor muscle. Obstruction can be due to prostate, stricture, or stones. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is linzess and dicyclomine can they be taken togerher and also cane dicyclomine help bladder retention also?
Bladder retention,kidney function 100% not voiding for 3 days where is it going, because it is not coming out or backing up to my kidneys.
See doctor: Not voiding for 3 days is a serious problem that needs immediate attention. Please see a a doctor Now. ...Read more
Nerve impingement: If a disc herniation is severe enough, it can lead to neurologic issues because of nerve compressions. Therefore, a disc hernation can potentially lead to pain, change in bowel function, and change in bladder function - including urinary retention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cauda Equina : Syndrome when a disc in the lumbar region herniates and compresses the sac of nerves known as the thecal sac or even the end of the spinal cord known as the conus with enough pressure to cause the bladder not to function usually associated with numbness in the region where you would sit on a horse's saddle-saddle anesthesia. This is a true emergency and needs immediate evaluation and surgery. ...Read more
How much urine should be in the bladder after voiding? Doing cic for chronic bladder retention and waiting on my follow up with urologist.
How can I tell if i'm experiencing urinary retention from zyrtec (cetirizine)? Mild back .& bladder pain
What kind of treatment is available for urinary retention. On Fri Aug 15 14, when the nurse empty my bladder I had 200 ml in it before test was start?
See your Doc!: For urinary retention, there are medications that can help. The most important thing, though, is to determine why you are retaining urine. Is it a nerve problem related to your bulging disk? Do you have narrowing of the urethra? Do you have an anatomic issue related to your gastroschisis repair? Sometimes urethral dilation can help. Best to see your ob/gyn or urologist to know for sure. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What can cause urinary retention in the a.M?Very difficult to urinate even w/ a full bladder, and takes several minutes 2 evacuate, no other symptoms.
Bladder outlet issue: It is not unusual to have issues emptying your bladder when it is most full, due to overstretching. Recommend discussing this with your physician as an enlarged prostate can also play a role. There are several options to help alleviate the problem once diagnosed, depending on the factors causing it. ...Read more
I am having the same problem. Have also had many kidney and UTI infections in the past. I alo have bladder retention and they can't figure out what is causing it.?
Need more info: You need expert opinion on voiding dysfunction. Urinary retention can be a risk factor for recurrent uti's. As for the reason why are you having urinary retention could be many. You gender would be helpful to me as well to give you a differential diagnosis. Sounds like you need to be seen by a urologist and you may need urodynamics. Good luck. ...Read more
If an incommunicative hospital pt is suspected of being in pain then presumably it makes sense to perform a rectal examination to rule out constipation and a bladder scan to rule out urinary retention Can you think of any other reasons for doing both?
Here are some...: What you've experienced and concerned about are nothing special but unique at this time of life. Despite medical advance, the combination of good history and proper physical exam has remained the base of all healthcare before ordering tests as needed. How to have these healthcare-related things done correctly is not that hard by following advice in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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