M.B.B.S, MS, DNB - Urology/Genito - Urinary Surgery
You need to add other drug to control urgency for those patient who are not satisfied on flodart
so please contact for futher detail and need to get done sonography for ruling out other cause of urgency.
urinary retention is common in older age groups. This post-void residual urine greater than 50 ml is a significant amount of urine and increases the potential for recurring urinary tract infections.
Homeopathic medicines will help him to treat without any side effects I need your detailed case history to give proper medications
Do urine examination from some lab. 1.You should maintain high grade of personal hygiene. 2.Do change your underclothes at least 2 times a day
3.Wear cotton under garments
4.Stay hydrated. Drink plenty of fluids.
5.Keep the area dry
homeopathy is a very effective for this problem n has very encouraging results. And homeopathic medicines are safe and do not have any side effects at all.
You may be suffering from UTI Urinary tract infection
It can be well treated with Homeopathic medicines
There are many specific medicines in Homeopathy which act when the pain is severe only during urination
Detailed case history is needed to give proper treatment and guidance
You can take an online consultation through lybrate app.
Hello librate user you hv urine retention problem, yes off course pulses creates gaseous conditions in our body especially lentils, for for a while if you r taking pulses with asafoetida that will not create gas, n during usg kub there is no difference in urinating by standing position or sitting position.
Take Sonography abdomen and see if there are any abnormalities.
It can be prostate issue.
But prostate cancer should be checked for.
You can consult me at lybrate for Homoeopathic treatment.
MBBS, MS- General Surgery, MCH- Urology, Fellowship Minimal Access Surgery
It's important to determine the type of urinary incontinence that you have, and your symptoms often tell which type you have. That information will guide treatment decisions.
Treatment for urinary incontinence depends on the type of incontinence, its severity and the underlying cause. A combination of treatments may be needed.
bladder training, to delay urination after you get the urge to go. You may start by trying to hold off for 10 minutes every time you feel an urge to urinate. The goal is to lengthen the time between trips to the toilet until you're urinating only every 2.5 to 3.5 hours.
Double voiding, to help you learn to empty your bladder more completely to avoid overflow incontinence. Double voiding means urinating, then waiting a few minutes and trying again.
Scheduled toilet trips, to urinate every two to four hours rather than waiting for the need to go.
Fluid and diet management, to regain control of your bladder. You may need to cut back on or avoid alcohol, caffeine or acidic foods. Reducing liquid consumption, losing weight or increasing physical activity also can ease the problem.