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What symptoms do people with inability to pee usually have?
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Dr. George Klauber
Pediatrics - Urology
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In brief: Symptom is retention
Inability to urinate is a symptom called urinary retention.
Can be caused by urinary tract blockage by an enlarged prostate, massive constipation, bladder infection, bladder stone etc. Associated symptom is pelvic/lower abdominal pain. Other symtoms can be constipation, blood in urine or fever.

In brief: Symptom is retention
Inability to urinate is a symptom called urinary retention.
Can be caused by urinary tract blockage by an enlarged prostate, massive constipation, bladder infection, bladder stone etc. Associated symptom is pelvic/lower abdominal pain. Other symtoms can be constipation, blood in urine or fever.
Dr. George Klauber
Dr. George Klauber
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In brief: Retention
Usually have severe pain, but not always.
...Some pts may not feel the bladder when it's full....Signs an be frequency and urgency too....Signs that you are not emptying the bladder well..

In brief: Retention
Usually have severe pain, but not always.
...Some pts may not feel the bladder when it's full....Signs an be frequency and urgency too....Signs that you are not emptying the bladder well..
Dr. Richard Sarle
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