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... nurse says it helps drawing blood. My last lab I didn't drink much water and my PSA jumped 1. ... (1 replies)
... I have been in and out of our local Urology center for about 3 weeks now for frequent urination problem I have been having both day and night. ... (3 replies)
... The one thing that I think you have is something that I mentioned in another thread in this Urology section and that has to do with water consumption. How many glasses of water do you drink a day? ... (23 replies)

Chronic UTI
Aug 24, 2011
... Hi Adeline, Went to urology doc yesterday and got released. The infection seems to be gone and the symptoms have gone away, as well. ... (43 replies)
... ince age 20. I also have polycystic ovarian syndrome. Because of the PCOS, I gained a ton of weight and had no clue as to why. I lost 62lbs and drank nothing but water because of the stones, yet, I still kept getting them. I have had 2 lithotripsies with stents at the start of my kidney stones. ... (0 replies)
... anyway i saw the doctor and she suspected water infection and that my bladder may not be emptying fully, urine sample was took and sent off and bloods also. urine dipstick test was also done... ... (2 replies)
... Not very familiar with urology, but if it does turn out to be kidney stones, have him drink a mixture of baking soda and warm water (directions on box). The bicarbonate is essential for kidney filtration and the baking soda will act as a powerful alkalizer and help break up the stones (no joke). (1 replies)
Flow rate test
Nov 16, 2011
... I have an appointment with the nurse at urology next week and I've been told I need to drink as much water as possible (until I'm bursting to go) so they can do a flow test or something. But what exactly will i have to do? Please give full details. I don't want any surprises. Thanks (0 replies)
... Hi, I am 20 years old and new to the Urology section. I have had kidney infections and bladder infections since I was 7. ... (1 replies)
... irritation in the urethra and bladder and be able to probably give an antibiotic to put an end to the problem. And one more very important thing, you need to drink alot of water every day to help flush out the problem. Any other questions, let me know. Good luck and relax. ... (12 replies)

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