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... ue now for 4.5 years and my neurologist has said it is called Fowler's syndrome. It is caused from surgery most times. Self catheterization is one way to empty your bladder. ... (1 replies)
... Do you feel like you're emptying your bladder completely each time you go? ... (12 replies)
... Anytime the bladder doesn't empty properly is cause for concern and should be evauated with a urologist. Did you ever have this incomplete emptying before your cystoscopy and if so did you mention it to the dr.? ... (1 replies)

... I'm beginning to wonder if my bladder isn't emptying completely, because sometimes I go, then strain and can go again, even on a day that I don't take a water pill. ... (7 replies)
... ld be uncomfortable but not painful. They gave me lidocaine on the outside of the urethra to numb the area up first. The tube was put in slowly and went up to my bladder and then filled with water. The dr. ... (9 replies)
... I have actually discussed having a laparascopy with my urogynaecologist as I am not happy that they do not really and truthfully know what is causing my bladder to be like this and I still have a suspicion it could be endometriosis as my mother's sister had it in her late 20s, though I'm only 21. ... (44 replies)
... dilating yet, so if I were you, I would put the graft surgery out of your head. I only did it after a series of other procedures failed to correct it. ... (66 replies)
... Your doctor is correct to say that your bladder didn't empty out completely, but, having said that, 50ml is considered adequate emptying. ... (1 replies)
... I was diagnosed with urethral stenosis a couple years ago and got dilated by my urologist. Recently I saw my urologist again for more emptying problems and after having a UTI. He asked me if he could dilate me and I agreed saying ok because I hadn't had any UTI's for awhile since my first dilation. ... (3 replies)
... Did you see your urologist after you got the UTI after four months? ... (14 replies)
... I will "go" and often comes out just fine, only to be tough again 3 hours later when I get out of bed for the day. This again leads me to believe either I'm not emptying completely, or, I just have the sensation of having to go when I really don't have all that much urine in there. ... (2 replies)
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Sep 7, 2010
... when they checked for bladder emptying completely. I had had blood leaking around the catheter prior to that. ... (1 replies)
... seats. So whenever I pee it feels like there is still urine stuck in my urethra. If I wait a few minutes, I'll be able to push some urine out, so I know it's not emptying completely, but the feeling is still apparent after that so I guess there's still some urine stuck inside even then. ... (1 replies)

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