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    Here are my symptoms..can anyone tell me what's wrong?
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    ceceh42 posted:
    Entrance to urethra and bladder itself is very sensitive. I am not emptying all the way esp before bed have to go several times like I am obsessed with getting all of my urine out before I go to bed or I can't sleep. Feel like I have to push my pee out. Could medication be causing - I am on Cymbalta and I read that this is one of the side effects. Around my period it's much worse.

    Thanks
     
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    Byroney_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hello Cech42 and thanks for posting!

    I think it's important you talk to your doctor about these symptoms. Especially since you feel like it may be related to a medication. The sooner you get these symptoms addressed, the sooner you can hopefully get some relief.

    Please let us know how you're doing once you've talked to your doctor.

    Byroney


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