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Can tight bladder neck be cured 100%?

Can tight bladder neck be cured 100%?

Here are some...: Medical professionals have never cure anything, but help modify our internal and external environments by practicing healthy lifestyle without overindulgence and obsession with or without use of drugs or procedures so to allow our body to undergo self-healing for optimal functional recovery with our own residual strength. So, it can be managed but not cured. More? Ask Doc timely.

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Bladder (Definition)

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


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Can Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Males cause a tight bladder neck? Or the other way around?

Can Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Males cause a tight bladder neck? Or the other way around?

Chicken or egg: Unless there is another problem in addition to the urinary ones, there is no way to know. If treatment of the tight bladder neck pharmacologically improves voiding there might be an improvement in the pelvic floor dysfunction. If this occurs, one could infer that the bladder neck problem at least partially caused or exacerbated the problems with the pelvic floor.

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Can tight bladder neck go back to normal again if I re train my bladder to fill more? My docs say possible. Help! Or will I need surgery in end

Can tight bladder neck go back to normal again if I re train my bladder to fill more? My docs say possible. Help! Or will I need surgery in end

Here are some...: Have you had cystourethroscopy to look into the urethra and bladder so to make sure of no urethral stricture and to verify what bladder neck and bladder lining looks like after no or poor response to alpha-blocker like Flomax (tamsulosin) since urethral stricture would not respond to it? Besides, measuring the pressure inside bladder at voiding is advised if available so to assure if indeed you've functional..

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Is tight bladder neck classed as bladder neck obstruction? I get stop start urination and swollen feeling on and off, frequent urge etc.

Is tight bladder neck classed as bladder neck obstruction? I get stop start urination and swollen feeling on and off, frequent urge etc.

Here are some...: Tight bladder neck is used to describe what a urologist see on cystourethroscopy-like a tight rubber band ring, which is clinically related with diminishing urine flow so a term of bladder neck obstruction is coined. However, how these findings and description may be implied in urinary symptoms of every individuals should be correlated with urodynamic testing & clinical assessment. So, ask doctor.

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Can a tight bladder neck go back to normal on med and bladder training like my doc said? Or will I have until need surgery? He said try train bladder

Can a tight bladder neck go back to normal on med and bladder training like my doc said? Or will I have until need surgery? He said try train bladder

Hormonal: Urinary/bladder problems in females is often due to a hormone problem. Get your estradiol, progesterone, LH, FSH, TSH, FT4, FT3, thyroid peroxidase and thyroglobulin Ab tested on day 21 of your cycle. Treat any abnormalities found and see if this helps over 3-6 months.

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Urologist says tight bladder neck causing all my issues. On meds and he said try retrain my bladder to stop urgency. Can tight blad go normal over Time?

Urologist says tight bladder neck causing all my issues. On meds and he said try retrain my bladder to stop urgency. Can tight blad go normal over Time?

See remark: You're relatively young for "tight" bladder neck, unless you were born that way. The urologist must have seen by looking inside bladder the problem and usually we take care of it at that time. If you 've urgency, are you emptying your bladder when voiding? Ask your MD for FLOMAX pills and trial of Vesicare (solifenacin) (antichotenergic) pills Don't hesitate to let me know. JBR

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Is it possible after 5weeks flomax (tamsulosin) my tight bladder neck symptoms still there I won't respond and need surgery? Or it be something else causing?

Is it possible after 5weeks flomax (tamsulosin) my tight bladder neck symptoms still there I won't respond and need surgery? Or it be something else causing?

Yes and no: Flomax is one of the three specific alpha blockers available. So if one does not work, there are two more one can try: Rapaflo (silodosin) and Uroxatrol.

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Can overactive bladder cause me to strain to get urine out? I'm on medication for it. Or will it be the tight bladder neck?

Can overactive bladder cause me to strain to get urine out? I'm on medication for it. Or will it be the tight bladder neck?

Straining: Bladder outlet obstruction is the most common cause of difficulty initiating the urinary stream, while overactive bladder usually causes urinary frequency in small amounts. Medications like Sudafed can cause difficulty urinating as can certain neurologic disorders affecting the bladder. A urologist is best qualified to advise you.

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I have tight bladder neck stop start urinating, feeling pee all time, and split stream sometimes and sometimes small line of pee. All caused by this?

I have tight bladder neck stop start urinating, feeling pee all time, and split stream sometimes and sometimes small line of pee. All caused by this?

Yes, ...: All of your urinary symptoms could be related with tight bladder neck. Despite knowing so much about this subject nowadays, still keep professionally humble in accepting: Behind what we know does still hide a lot of what we don't know. So, the effort to work with doctor & exercising due diligence and vigilance in evaluation & treatment adjustment is still key in managing intractable urinary Sx...

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Got tight bladder neck, urge pee all time no pain. Test neg. Urge 10x worse when sat on toilet and bowel move. Is this also symptom? What else could b

Urologist: This is a case for a urologist. Medications like flomax (tamsulosin) are helpful in bladder neck problems. Urethral abnormalities, overactive bladder problems, prostate dysfunction all are possibilities here. I'm not sure what tests have been done, but a urologist is best qualified to evaluate and advise you about diagnosis and treatment.

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Can tight bladder neck cause right testicle pain? Been so sore

Can tight bladder neck cause right testicle pain? Been so sore

Yes indeed: Internal pelvic pain, originating in the bladder, prostate, etc is a kind of "visceral" pain -- the same kind that occurs with intestinal or other problems inside the abdomen. Such pain is always quite diffuse and can be perceived in places quite far from the origin. Also, pain can radiate to areas served by the same nerves. Prostate and bladder pain often radiate to the testicles.

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I have retrograde ejaculation taking flomax, (tamsulosin) but my urinary symptoms still persist of tight bladder neck. Is this possible?

I have retrograde ejaculation taking flomax, (tamsulosin) but my urinary symptoms still persist of tight bladder neck. Is this possible?

See remark: It is rare @ your age to have obtructive bladder neck. The Flomax (tamsulosin) must be working, since it relaxes the bladder neck and causes retrograde ejaculation.Your doctor /urologist may prescribe you another medication to aids you in voiding. It may still cause retro grade ejaculation, but it is small price to pay if it helps you void better. You can always ABSTAIN from taking it when contemplating having sex

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With medications can tight bladder neck resolve itself? I've had it 6months now and still feel need go toilet very often and strain to pee.

With medications can tight bladder neck resolve itself? I've had it 6months now and still feel need go toilet very often and strain to pee.

Options for it: You have overactive bladder and have four options, 1 pelvic floor exercises to tighten the muscles 2drugs there are many choices like Oxybutrin, detrol (tolterodine) etc. But do not strengthen the muscles3 Loose weight if over weight. 4 Surgery as last resort. Talk to your doctor or urologist about all of these and other options. Good Luck

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How lonf can it take to see major improvment in tight bladder neck symptoms using betmiga and flomax (tamsulosin)? still feel constant need pee

Common question: Every patient is different. The medication is the correct medication to start on but you may need dilatation and/or cystoscopy of the urethra done by your urologist. If no great improvement with medication in a week please consult with your urologist.

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If I have bladder neck incision for tight bladder neck at 32 years old will it stop, e being able father children? Drug therapy not resolving issue

Here are some...: Known to all, invasive surgery is always considered the last resort of care after failing to respond to all conservatives measures of care because it always accompany its inherent adverse effects; for bladder neck incision, it expectantly left behind irreversible retrograde ejaculation. To help fathering, you need assisted insemination by collecting sperms from the urine after orgasm/ejaculation.

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Got tight bladder neck I have weak stream urgency constant and feeling of holding back pee. I do empty but I also may have OAB or something else too?

LUTS: You may be describing lower urinary tract symptoms. Check out IPSS (http://www. Uptodate. Com/contents/calculator-international-prostatism-symptom-score-ipss & http://www. Urospec. Com/uro/Forms/ipss. Pdf). Then discuss w/your GP. Bladder infection, uncontrolled diabetes & diuretics (water pill) can also do this too. Finasteride & dutasteride can shrink prostate if enlarged. Alpha blockers help too.

Tightness (Definition)

Tightness can mean different states at distinctive times. The most common is the complaint of tightness of chest, a feeling of discomfort, real or perceived, seen often in patients with asthma or panic disorder, or heart attack. Your physician ...Read more