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What Can I Do To Stop 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 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?
When I urinate and 'stop', urine frequently keeps dribbling out... For minutes after. It is embarrassing. Is it a prostate problem?
Possibly: This problem occurs in between 12 and 65% of men--at all ages, not just older men--depending on the study. It's most commonly embarrassing, not serious. Pelvic floor exercises --yes, the same kind women are taught! Or in yoga classes -- will help. That said, you ought to rule out a condition affecting the prostate, as you suggest. An (unpleasant) digital exam can tell alot, if not everything. ...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
Urologic evaluation: "dribbling urine" or incontinence can occur for a number of reasons related to bladder disorders. These include poor bladder muscle tone, bladder spasms and overflow incontinence. Some additional factors that may play a role include the patient's age, sex and pregancy history. I formal urology evaluation may help provide more specific answers and treatments. ...Read more
Masturbation & Teens:
There is no obvious connection to these two experiences....Sometimes, the prostate gland can get irritated and swell. This would cause the bladder to have a harder time emptying when you urinate.
If you have pain with this or it is getting worse you may need to get in for an exam at your doctor's office. ...Read more
How to deal with the dribbling problem because of Masturbation? I even think about sex dribbling get start. I'm sick of it. Any exercise can help it?
May need psych:
You may have a psychological problem which is aggravating this situation.
there are some psych meds that can relieve hypersexuality. ...Read more
Varies: As a father, who've had two kids with same problem, I can tell you no matter what you do, they will turn out fine as soon as they stop dribbling and get little older--just gives the parent heartache the meantime. One child we faithfully used Hydrocortisone and lotion daily. Second child we kept it as dry as we could, occasionally used Hydrocortisone and lotion. They both turned out okay. ...Read more
No Matter How You...:
Post void dribbling (pvd) results from incomplete contraction of the muscles around the urethra (urine channel). This results in urine that, with movement, can leak out.
The best ways to resolve this are to practice squeezing the muscle that starts-stops flow (kegel exercises). With a strong squeeze leftover urine can be passed. Milking the urethra from behind the scrotum forward can also expel it. ...Read more
Emptying?: The first question is if he is dribbling because he is full all the time. This is called overflow incontinence. Unusual at this age but important to rule out. Same for infection, which shoudl be tested. The more likely reason is that he has an overactive bladder. If this is the case, it can usually be improved with medications. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my friend has a little urine dribbling (dripping) problem after urine the urine drops come out slowly?
Be evaluated...: Dribbling after voiding is common for men & usually related with widely variable slow urine flow; if so, it is caused by aging-related poor timely relaxation of urinary sphincter in bladder neck & prostate urethra and using alpha-blocker + urethral milking may greatly help improve these symptoms. If urine flow is constantly slow, consider urethra stricture distal to urinary sphincter; if so, ... ...Read more
My friend has a little urine dribbling (dripping) problem after urine the urine dops come out slowly slowly. What disease is this?
Here are some. ..: Due to variation of urethral anatomy and the strength of muscles around the urethra (bulbourethral muscles) among men and during lifetime of aging, as a result, the "last" drops of urine inside urethral tube beyond the prostate could not be naturally "squeezed and drained" out by the contraction of bulbourethral muscles so postvoid dribbling of urine occurs. But, postvoid urethral milking will... ...Read more
Sexual anxiety: Post void dribbling is more likely a prostate issue or MAY be in the normal range. Please see your doctor or a urologist for diagnosis and treatment if needed. Peace and good health. If you have sexual anxiety please consult w/a licensed sex therapist, a clinical psychologist, or your doctor. ...Read more
Likely BPH: Frequency and post-void dribbling can be symptoms of benign prostate enlargement, although there are many other possibilites. Being that you are a 65 year old male, BPH is a likely diagnosis, although you should have a urinalysis to ensure no infection or diabetes and a post-void residual urine determination as well as a prostate exam. Another possibility is overactive bladder. ...Read more
Strip the urethra: Most causes of post void dribbling in men occur due to either entrapment of urine within the foreskin (cured by pulling the foreskin back with voiding) or by stasis of urine within the urethra after voiding (think the bike seat part of the urethra). This can be diminished by manually compressing the urethra with your fingers/hand beginning in the bulb and extending to the tip after voiding. ...Read more
Cough: Any cough in this age should be worrisome. If child acting well with no fever and good intake, does not show signs of distress, you could still watch for a day or two. If cough persists, or above signs devolop, I would have the infant checked out. Hope fully he got his one set of vaccination at 8 wks. ...Read more
The pee started to deviate to the left and had some dribbling, all the tests I did were fine and nothing to worry about, what does this mean?
See answer: Not uncommon to have periodic deviation of the stream especially at the very beginning of the stream from time to time. Persistent deviation and/or slowing of the stream would suggest possible urethral stricture or meatal stenosis (narrowing at or near the tip of the penis) diagnosed either by cystoscopy or calibration in office by a urologist. ...Read more
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