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Home Remedies For Urinary Dribbling
Depends: Dribbling is a sign of urinary obstruction. Most likely this is due to enlargement of the prostate. There could be other causes, however. This will depend on your age, usually. Older men have larger prostates and thus more obstruction. Infections can cause this. Urethral problems can cause this. Bladder pathology could cause this. I would recommend you see your pcp or urologist & get exam. ...Read more
Urinary dribbling is usually referred to the annoying dribbling out some urine after zipping in the penis, which results from aging-related muscle weakness around the bulbous urethra and reflects the tightness of penile suspensory ligament, but can be helped with urethral milking by stroking urethra from area behind the sac toward the end of urethra for 2-4 times until not ...Read more
Postvoid dribbling?: Urinary dribbling is usually referred to the annoying dribbling out some urine after zipping in the penis, which results from aging-related muscle weakness around the bulbous urethra and reflects the tightness of penile suspensory ligament, but can be helped with urethral milking by stroking urethra from area behind the sac toward the end of urethra for 2-4 times until not more urine dribbles out. ...Read more
Urinary "dribbling": I would ask first what you mean by urinary "dribbling". Does she have wetness in her panties that could be just due to poor wiping. Does she hold her urine until the last second and then have some overflow as she tries to make it to the bathroom? Because "dribbling" as I would define it is not normal in a prepubertal girl. Also need to check for UTI, chronic constipation and other possible causes. ...Read more
Here are some. ..: Here is the first thing anyone can do - leaning forward to pee, and gently soaking the genital area with soft tissue after each peeing - which will help keep there area dry and clean so leading to less yeast infection. Besides, see urologist to check out if some vaginal tissue may deflect urine flow causing urine running into vagina for postvoid dribbling as needed. ...Read more
I am experiencing urinary dribbling and abnormal urine stream. Recently catheterized during surgery could this have caused my issues?
Urethral stricture?: It sounds like you might have a urethral stricture, which on rare occasions might result from infection or irritation from a catheter. Prostate problems are the most common explanation overall, but uncommon at your age. For sure see your doctor soon about this; s/he probably will refer you to a urologist. ...Read more
I am 30/male suffering from "post micturition dribbling". Please suggest treatment apart from keegels exercices!
Urethral stripping: When you finish your stream, reach under your testicles and push in gently and forward toward your penis. That area is your prostate where some extra pee may be trapped. ...Read more
I have this problem, dribbling pee, that I've had for awhile now. What would the treatment consist of to remove this problem? (specificallu for teens)
Maybe antibiotics...: If you are in your teens, then see a doctor asap. You could have a type of vd, which is curable with antibiotics, for you and your partner. Or you might have a problem with your penis, and or prostate. Either way you should see a doctor so you don't go on to damage your bladder, or your kidney. ...Read more
Urinary hesitancy: This very well may be about a benign swelling of your prostate. This can be treated with an herb known as saw palmetto. One should also empty their prostate gland well during the initial days of taking this herb to decrease the size of the prostate. ...Read more
I have back pain cloudy urine frequent urination sometimes urinary urgency leaking urine that I can't feel coming out and I don't really feel myself pee?
What is the treatment for urinary tb? I'm awaiting test results for the possibility of having that condition.
Urinary Tb: Tb of the urinary tract is secondary to systemic TB and lung tb. Treatment is the same as pulmonary tb. ...Read more
Dysuria is the feeling of pain, burning, or discomfort upon urination. Although dysuria frequently indicates the presence of a urinary tract infection (UTI), it can have a variety of causes. Dysuria should always trigger a visit to a health-care professional for evaluation and diagnosis.
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Begin with kegel exercises to strengthen muscles that close urethra. Some women leak because of poorly supported urethra after having babies, which can be fixed with a urethral sling as an outpatient 10 minute procedure with minimal downtime. Others need medication for over active bladder.
While it's embarrassing don't acquiesce to suffer in silence, ask for help. ...Read more
How to know if its urinary infection? If it is then what's d remedy? Drinking lots of water is not working Male
See below: Uti's may present with pain with urination, increase urination, urgency to urinate immediately after voiding, fevers, abdominal and flank pain, vomiting, etc. See a doc as antibiotics may be needed. ...Read more
Can recurrent urinary obstruction of "cystitis cystica glandularis" be treated with "cortisone"? Is there another known methods for treatment of cceg?
No: No one should consume home remedies to remove a growth in the bladder. Polyps or growths in the bladder need to be biopsied and/or removed in their entirety and the tissue sent to a pathologist for analysis to differentiate if the polyp;s etiology is in fact a benign or malignant condition. ...Read more
Water: The best prevention for uti's are increasing your water intake and possibly cranberry pills or cranberry jiuce. In uncomplicated cases, these have been shown to minimze the symptoms and even help treat these "infections". If these fail, then antibiotics will be neccessary. It is also beneficial to void every 4 to 6 hours and not hold the urine for excessive amounts of time. ...Read more
Can you please tell me about effective home remedies for urinary tract infections/bladder infections?
BPH and urinaray: Issues can be treated w/many natural products. One blend of these is called ProstaThera from the ProThera company. I have seen it work well for a number of my patients. You need a health care professional to orderit for you but you can check out the ingredients on line. Peace and good health. ...Read more
Home UTI remedies: The best treatment of uti's are appropriate antibiotics which will kill the bacteria causing it. Drinking cranberry juice or taking 1 gram of vitamin c a day, both of which acidify the urine making it difficult for bacteria thrive there, have been used with very limited success. ...Read more
Of course: Urinary tract infections are common in sexually active women. You need a doctor to check you and do a urine test to verify infection. It is quite easy to treat urinary tract infections with proper antibiotics, . You shoudld also take some preventive precautions which your doctor can advice you about. ...Read more
Antibiotics from Dr: Taken at home is the only reiable home remedy. ...Read more