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Difficulty while starting urination age 23

Posted by @ab123, Jun 3, 2017

I am feeling difficulty while starting urination specially in morning .There is no pain however sometimes there is burning sensation when i drink less water and this problem just happened overnight with some digestive imbalance. Can anyone here please help me if they faced similar situation and how it got treated.

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Hello @ab123, welcome to Connect.

If you don’t mind and if you are comfortable, would you mind sharing a bit more about your recent situation? You mentioned you have a burning sensation when you drink less water, could that be because you are dehydrated? When you say you have digestive imbalance, do you mind telling the members a bit more about that? How long has this issue been happening?

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Hello @ab123, welcome to Connect.

If you don’t mind and if you are comfortable, would you mind sharing a bit more about your recent situation? You mentioned you have a burning sensation when you drink less water, could that be because you are dehydrated? When you say you have digestive imbalance, do you mind telling the members a bit more about that? How long has this issue been happening?

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Yes only some times when i am dehydrated otherwise there is no pain and i am facing this problem for 4 days i have to wait for starting urination like its coming out with some pause although there is no pain and with digestive imbalance i mean constipation and mild tickling sensation on testicles this has never happened before i am very stressed out .

@ab123 Sorry, Ab, I am so slow about replying to your note of Jun 03. I just noticed your message. in 2012, in November, I made an appt with my Uro for a regular checkup. He works about 100 miles away, so it was a long drive. However, that very morning when I crawled out of bed, I could not pee. I just could not make it start in any way. So I woke up my wife, and we headed for Salem. We made record time getting there for the appt. Doc said I might have PC, so after a pee with a catheter, He made a quick check, and arranged for a full examination. Turns out I had E7 in the prostate, and a cyst on the Urethra. There was also a bunch of other stuff going on, but this is just the basics. So, anyway, after this and that, failed processes, radiation oncologist and such, I am still on catheters. And still alive, after 5 years. I don’t like the catheters, but I do like to stay alive for a while yet. I have been told I only have a few months to live, because of some other stuff as well (AL Amyloidosis — Cystatin C, almost certainly). My kidneys are failing, and I need a CT to check them, but my WBC is too high, and the renal expert says, with my high WBC, it would cook my kidneys, and I would then require transplant or other treatment. But back to the catheters, don’t worry about them. Just do it. It will take about 5-6 times per day, perhaps 7 sometimes. The best straight caths as far as I am concerned, I get from Symbius in Scottsdale AZ. They are made by Wellspect Health Care in Sweden, called LoFric Primo. They are sterile, self-lubricating. Symbius calls about the tenth of the month and talks with you about how things are going, and how many you will need with this month’s order. Mine, they ship abouit 180 caths on the 12th of the month, and I get them in about 4 days in Oregon. They come by UPS or FEDEX, 30 in each box, with all the boxes tied together. But just do it, if that is where it ends up. It is easy, painless, no muss or fuss, but just keep yourself clean with inexpensive baby wipes. Anything else, just ask.

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