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Occasional 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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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 moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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
Many causes. : There is a difference between dribbling and incontinence. Post-void dribbling is a common condition where residual urine in the urethra leaks out after voiding. This can occur in healthy, fully continent men. In women, this is rare and more likely incontinence. There are many causes & types of urinary incontinence, and treatment will depend on the cause. ...Read more
No dribbling, but when I try to pee, it mostly just drips out. Painful. I've been taking Bactrim already for 48 hours. Shouldn't it be working by now?
Urinary obstruction: I agree with Dr. Lin's answer - your symptoms suggest that you have an obstruction of outflow of urine, and that's not a problem that Bactrim will fix. An infection, if you have one, will not get better if an obstruction of outflow continues. You should see a doctor or go to ER to find out if you have an obstruction and to get treatment (a small catheter to drain and measure urine volume). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Urine infectin?: The presence of foul smelling urine in association with frequent urination and possible incontinence suggests the presence of a urinary tract infection. This is fairly common in young females (you are 31). It is unclear what is meant by "retaining water"--fluid in the legs? You should probably see your family physician to have your urine tested for an infection or outher abnormalities. ...Read more
Have been taking Bactrim for presumed urine infection 48 hours+. But still dribbling instead of peeing and pain is substantial. Is Bactrim working?
Here are some...: Hi! TothK441, Sorry to know how you have been suffering. At this time, you should go to any nearby ER to be checked if you're already reaching "overflow urinary incontinence". To get the related things of caring for your current conditions correctly, please peruse the article in http://formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html; thereby you gain much insight on how to work closely with doctor for right Dx ...Read more
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