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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 moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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
Depend...: Urinary frequency results from bladder's inability to accommodate urine volume effectively, possibly resulting from uti, overactive bladder (oab), ic, over fluid drinking... So, see urologist so he/she may help you to figure it out. Meanwhile, pack up the feature and degree of your symptoms with their detailed sequence of event, and bring those to see him/her timely. Best wish ... Always. ...Read more
Depends on the cause: Recurrent uti's may be dure to many factors. Auto contamination (wipe backwards after a bm), trauma / irritation (post coital/honeymoon cystitis, chemicals, sprays, perfumes), abnormal anatomy of your urinalry system, lack of hormones (menopause), colonization with an agressive bacteria, to name a few. You and your doc have a talk about prevention and methods to preven (prophylax) against utis. ...Read more
Type matters: If you have urge incontinence (leakage with the "gotta-go" feeling), then treatments include bladder training with diet modifications, medications, Botox injections into the bladder wall, or implanted neuromodulating devices. If you have stress incontinence (leakage with cough, lifting, exercise, laughing, etc), then treatments include kegel exercises, vaginal pessaries, or surgery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a gynecologist: Urinary incontinence is very common and there are many treatments available. The treatment depends on the cause of the leaking. Your gynecologist can do the necessary testing or refer you to someone who can more completely evaluate your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Exercise role: In addition to more fiber in the diet or as a supplement and increased fluid intake, there is a need for increased exercise. Perhaps you have heard people refer to their 'morning constitutional walk'? They are referring to the fact that if they walk for 20 minutes in the morning after breakfast, that is common to have the bowels move appropriately. Good health! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See a gynecologist: Urinary incontinence is very common and there are many treatments available. The treatment depends on the cause of the leaking. Newer treatment available over the last few years are highly successful. Your gynecologist can do the necessary testing or refer you to someone who can more completely evaluate your symptoms. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Happy marriage: But don't do this until you are completely sure you have found that one special person who's right for you. Until then, entertaining yourself will help you learn about your mind and body to prepare you for that happy time. It'll keep you comfortable and able to focus on life. You might talk with your personal physician -- or maybe even dad. ...Read more
Assess Why: Nightmares can be associated with beginning or stopping medications and drugs. They can be related to sleep disorders (sleep apnea, restless legs, etcetera). They can occur with irregular sleep / wake cycles. They can occur with traumatic stress and other disorders. They may also happen with none of these. First figure out whether there is a cause. If not consider behavioral therapies. ...Read more
Talk to you doctor.: Without more information, it is unclear if these recurrent utis are relapses or reinfections. Your doctor should determine if appropriate antibiotics were utilized. You may also need to have a discussion with your doctor regarding hygiene, bathing habits, sexual history, etc. There may be an anatomic abnormality that could be evaluated by a urologist. Good luck! ...Read more
Depends: One simple way is to keep a food diary & keep track of what foods make you gassy & avoid them.Cow milk, beans, cauliflower, etc.Each of these contain sugars that some people don't digest well, so food is left for your gut germs to eat & generate gas. Lactaid is a pill that can reduce the problem if you have trouble with milk. Beano is a pill that can help with some vegies. Probiotics help some too ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: You can prevent your urine from having an unpleasant odor by drinking six to eight glasses of water per day. Diluted, uninfected urine does not have a strong or unpleasant odor. Infection is also a cause of foul-smelling urine. If a strong or foul-smelling odor exists, contact your physician for diagnosis and treatment of a possible urinary tract infection. ...Read more
Antibiotics: Depends on age and the likelyhood of specific organisms. Antimicrobial therapy is usually needed; prostatic massage can only help, not cure. Unfortunately chronic prostatitis has an autoimmune component and symptoms can persist for a long time. If antimicrobial therapy is used, it may take up to two months to eradicate offewnding organisms. ...Read more
See a urologist.: Urologists have experience with a wide variety of urinary symptoms and knowledge of the most effective treatments to manage them. Establish a relationship with one that you trust, and he or she can follow or treat your symptoms over time. ...Read more
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