Will Methylcobalamin750 mcg and Pregabalin75 mg is EFFECTIVE in treatment of Neurogenic Bladder URINE RETENTION or What will be OTHER Treatment? Thanks

B12. Neither of these treatments are used in neurogenic bladder commonly. Methylcobalamin, a B12 precursor, would be needed if one was deficient to allow small nerves to heal but not specific to bladder. Lyrica (pregabalin) does not typically help neurogenic bladder symptoms, despite helping neuropathic pain in many conditions. .

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Have Neurogenic Bladder urine retention, doctor not catheterise me instead prescribe Capsule contains Methylcobalamin750 mcg Pregabalin75 mg, Is it Ok?

See below. Methylcobalamin is a Vitamin B 12 supplement and Pregabalin is a medication commonly used to treat nerve-related pain. Neither medication should have any adverse effect on your bladder. . Read more...
Probably not really. Urinary retention-total inability of bladder to empty-is the end stage of dysfunction of bladder muscles & nerves; neurogenic bladder is designated for one with distinct identifiable causes like that after spinal cord injury, nerve injury by radical pelvic surgery, diabetic neuropathy, etc., at end, still resulting in urinary retention, which would not be helped with B12 or pregabalin. Best wish. Read more...

Neurogenic bladder. Can bun 74 creatinine 2.5 values improve with b12? It went down to 44/1.5. Does the ratio indicate azotemia or urinary retention?

Renal impairment. While those values suggest dehydration, you could have more than just a bladder problem such as poorly functioning kidneys (renal impairment). Ask you doctor if referral to a urologist is appropriate - sounds like it is. Hope this helps! Read more...

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 more...
Give it a try. Botox can relieve symptoms of neurogenic bladder, particularly spasms, retention or urgency. It needs to be administered by someone with experience or it can worsen issues. Good luck! Read more...