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Ovarian Retention Syndrome
Outlet constipation?: Many people have poor coordination in the pelvic floor muscles that perform dual function: tighten up to hold things in during cough, sneeze, laugh or lifting; completely relax to allow easy passage of stool. If the relaxation is incomplete or the muscles tighten up when you push then passing stool will be difficult. Pelvic exercises guided with biofeedback can often improve relaxation. ...Read more
How successful is sarcal nerve stimulation in treating fowlers syndrome?& are there any big risks before I accept sns (19yrs old & complete retention)
Premenstrual syndrome.What are the physical manifestations.Is bloating in abdomen and fluid retention in body one of it?
It can be: Please see your gyn, your gyn can get you on meds to help with your symptomes and to make sure nothing else is going on. ...Read more
Is there any alternative treatments to fowlers syndrome (complete retention) other than SNS or urinary diversion? Dont want more surgery (got spc now)
Here are some...: Do clean intermittent self-catheterilization (or CISC) is the most reasonable option after failing to response to conservative Rx with alpha-blocker & Kegel exercise, etc. and before undergoing invasive procedures as mentioned. More? Contact www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login - using audio/ video goes faster and learns more than text chat does. ...Read more
Salt causes water retention, why is syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone treated with salt tablets?
SIADH and salt?: The syndrome of inappropriate antiduretic hormone (SIADH) is not treated with salt tablets. The choice of therapy is dependent on the severity of the symptoms. Agents used to treat SIADH are either 3% or .9% saline infusions, fluid restriction, loop diuretics, vaptan and demeclocycline. The basic problem of SIADH is fluid accumulation in the body causing a low sodium. Salt tablets don't work. ...Read more
Not Much: Water retention is more a feature of estrogen than progesterone. In pcos, Progesterone is lower and estrogen is the dominant hormonal effect. Most patients think that the abdominal swelling in the pelvic area is due to "water weight." this however is due to bowel gas retention or bloating. This is due to carbohydrate effect on the bowel that is more pronounced in Insulin resistance / pcos.. ...Read more
Isn't there any treatment for urinary retention , who suffered from cauda equina syndrome but has a normal bladder with no problems? I am tired ?
It may take time.: The neurology of bladder function is rather complicated. There are multiple centers in the brain and the spinal cord that control bladder function. It may take time before function is fully preserved. A consultation with a neurologist is your next step. Also neuro modulation, and biofeedback and pelvic physical therapy have proven to be useful in some cases. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Had neurogenic bladder due to cauda equina syndrome.Is there any chance that botox can help reduce urinary retention, urgency problem?Should i try it?
Talk to urologist: Assuming you have an atonic bladder causing problems with initiation of urine, or overflow, Botox would have no value and might even cause worsening. If you suffered urgency incontinence, might be useful. Urodynamic testing can determine the precise bladder dysfnctn and guide therapeutic intervention. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What do you mean by emg/ncs lower extremities diagnosis: urinary retention, cauda equina syndrome, s/p lumbar disectomy. And why it is done?
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