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Urinary Hesitancy,Urgencey , frequency . no problems found
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An_252529 posted:
Hi im a 19 yr. old male who suffers from hesitancy, frequency and urgency with urination. I don't not have any pain what so ever or soreness in my abdomen. This problem a couple months after my 18th birthday . I find it hard to urinate in public restrooms and Impossible to urinate when someone's in the restroom. I am not shy to urinate but my body says otherwise. I have took Vesicare to stop the frequency which did not help but now I currently take Bethanechol to help my stream. It is giving me a better stream but its not helping me start my stream any better than before. I had a cystoscopy done and nothing could be found. Doctor did some urodynamic testing and found that I am emptying my bladder completely. He also found that my bladder starts to contract at 100 ml of urine which is terrible. I went to a Neurologist and had a Full body MIR done. Everything Negative. According to doctors nothing is psychically wrong with my body , I keep getting new meds every couple a months because they cant figure out what's going on so there going through a trail and error phrase with me m, to see what works with my body best. Only thing I can think of is a prostate problem , doctor says im too young to have one . But then again , I should also be to young to have this problem in the first place . Any suggestions ?? Feedback Appreciated.
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An_254944 responded:
How are you now?
Can I find out the results of your urine lab because I was also diagnosed with OAB,tx


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