What's the best treatment to get rid of urine retention?

Depends. Treatment would depend on the cause of the retention. You probably need a urologic evaluation to diagnose the reason for the retention - that would then guide the treatment, which could be medical, surgical, physical therapy, intermittent catheterization, or some other means.

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What is Treatment of Urine retention occurs due to medication eaten for high frequency? How Bladder contract completely? And Any Exercise/Habit to Try

Here are some... First, eliminate the drug precipitating urinary retention, Second, insert catheter for 3-5 days. Third, fill bladder via the catheter with sterile water to the urge to void and remove the catheter for a instant trying to void and sterilize urine with follow-up for postvoid residual check in 4-6 hrs. If unable to void, do self-cath or reinsert catheter ... More? Ask urologist timely... Best wishes. Read more...

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. . Read more...

My husband has pain in penis and urine retention his penis is curved slightly towards left. There is also increased frequency of urine. Treatment??

It would be. best for your husband to be medically evaluated to determine if there is inflammation or infection that need treatment. Take care. Read more...
See urologist. Sounds like a urological problem and suggest strongly that he see a specialist. The "curve" is normal the rest of his symptoms are NOT! Hope this helps Good luck! Dr Z. Read more...

What is Treatment of Chronic Urine Retention occurs due to mental condition? No Urine Infection or Stone or Prostatis. Thank You Very Much

Here are some... How? First, modify, & eliminate the potentially identifiable precipitating factors like drug or poor habit if possible; second, try alpha-blocker; third, try CISC (clean intermittent self catheterilization) in right way; 4th, procedures as needed. More? Seek evaluation & counseling, How to have the related things for good medical care done correctly? To http://www.formefirst.com/eNewsletter06.html. Read more...

Difference b/w Prostate Congestion and Prostatitis Problem? Is both can cause Urine Retention and Treatment for Both for male of 27 Years? Thank Doctor

Presumptive diagnosi. Prostatitis is a common diagnosis in many young mails. Prostate Congestion is a vaguely defined term used to describe a suspect diagnosis of Prostatitis( when the doctor is not sure about it. As it is difficult to pin down the diagnosis, doctors often treat it as an infection but it is often hard to prove infection of the prostate. You Need to find a good medical doctor for long term follow up. Read more...

What are the treatment options for Non Obstructive Urinary Retention? Is it completely cured?

See answer. Non-obstructive urinary retention is a complex disorder that can pose diagnostic and therapeutic problems to both the patient and treating urologist. Treatment options include: Behavioral techniques, self-catheterization, medications, and sacral neuromodulation. Published data cite success rates with sacral nerve stimulation approaching 80% with a catheterization-free rate of close to 50%. . Read more...

Urinary retention 15 yr old, treatment?

The 15 year old. Needs to be medically evaluated to determine the cause for the retention before a treatment plan can be recommended. Read more...

Urinary retention from an enlarged prostate gland what are treatment choices?

Urinary retention. If you are currently in retention and can't pee at all, go to the er. Immediate treatment choices include a bladder catheter that stays in, or passing a catheter in and out a few times a day to empty. Chronic retention needs a urologic work up to determine cause - is it an obstructed bladder, or is the bladder not working? Treatment varies depending on the underlying cause. See your urologist! Read more...