Percocet and urinary retention

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Hello, In absence of any UTI, other causes which may cause urinary retention are urethral syndrome, any blockage in the flow of urine like any scar tissue, injury (as in a car wreck or bad fall), blood clots, infection, tumors in the pelvic region, and stones, infection or due to disruption of the delicate and complex system of nerves that connects the urinary tract with the brain and the nervous system.
I had the same thing with the Yaz. I was on Yasmin and switched to Yaz and promptly gained about 5 or more pounds. No problems at all with Yasmin, and I was on it for 5 or more years. I still work out like I did on Yasmin, and I've never eaten a lot, although, the Yaz does make me hungry all the time, and I can't seem to get rid of this bloating. I spot constantly and cramp. I have another friend that is the same way.
I think Mary gave some great advice with regards to urinary retention. I am on Morphine ER and percocet and I drink a ton of water and that has seemed to help. Sometimes still after urinating, I feel like I didn't! But, I guess it comes with the territory. As far as your arms being cold, it sounds like poor circulation to me which can be attributed to the side effect of low blood pressure.
I just want to have some sort of an idea as to what may be causing my urinary symptoms. I can live and function with the others, but the pelvic discomfort and/or pain, the urge to urinate, the split stream, weak stream, and hard to start urination causes the inability to focus all the time. Thanks again for any and all ideas and comments you may have.
before stiffness and ache goes away -Frequent urge to urinate -Split urination stream -Hard to start urination -Frequent stops during urination (between 5-10 times) -Up atleast once during early morning hours to urinate -Pressure in scrotum region -Pelvic pain/fullness (most likely from bladder retention) -Bladder retention -Feel like I zone out for a minute or two a couple times a day (find myself just starring at nothing) -I have noticed for about a year or so that I have a lump on
Once I take two percocet, I am able to get out of bed and walk and can get through the day while taking percocet throughout the day because the pain continues when I am active but the stiffness isn't as bad when I am active. Walking is becoming hard to do because of the pain and when my breathing gets heavy, my upper back stings between my shoulder blades. My great great grand mother, and my mom all have had or have peripheral neuropathy but it is due to diabeties. I am not diabetic.
First the urologist did the hydrodistention and cystocopy and didn't find anything. My gynocologist did remove some adhesion and endo including a little bit of endo on my bladder. I didn't have any of my usual pain until 2 weeks after my surgery. My guess is that's because I didn't sleep more than 4 hours at a time. It seems that my bladder gets filled up & since it doesn't get emptied for 7 hours while I sleep that it makes my bladder hurts.
2 years ago I had an abdominal x-ray revealing a giant bladder diverticulum with total urinary retention of 2300 ml. My bladder neck was also sealed shut with muscle mass and I had developed sepsis. After bladder neck surgery, diverticulectomy, and surgical reattachment of left ureter I kept developing multiple infections from pseudomonis?? to c-difficil.
2 years ago I had an abdominal x-ray revealing a giant bladder diverticulum with total urinary retention of 2300 ml. My bladder neck was also sealed shut with muscle mass and I had developed sepsis. After bladder neck surgery, diverticulectomy, and surgical reattachment of left ureter I kept developing multiple infections from pseudomonis?? to c-difficil.
It is good for removing acids and waste, and helpful for water retention and Endo inflammation. It is a very good cleansing herb. Wild Yam -contains diosgenin, a precursor to progesterone. It can help to reduce fatigue and stress, and has anti-spasmodic and anti-inflammatory qualities. I will have more information on wild yam and natural progesterone in the next column.
This was a little too much because I was a little drowsy and euphoric sometimes and with the Oxy I had really bad urinary retention that made it difficult for me to sleep. So I moved to Methadone 10mg every 8 hours. I like the pain relief from this but like I stated today (which is day 3 of being on Methadone) I was very drowsy and slightly confused all day.
I have blurry vision intermittently out of my left eye for a couple of months, recent balance problems, becoming clumsy and dropping things, very bad memory and concentration problems, severe joint and muscle pain especially in my low back, and hips and now my right leg, no numbness or bladder problems though, I have also been having a continuous dull type of headache for about 2 weeks now. The rest of my symptoms have been going on for about 10 months now.
I started with vicodin over 10 years ago and due to a back problem and then I developed urinary retention and the pain got increasingly worse due to catheters being in constantly. I graduated from vicodin to percocet w/ valium and then onto 100 mg MS Contin x 4 daily and 2 mg clonopins 4 x daily. The pain caught up with the meds again and then my docs next idea was to change from 100 mg pills to 200 mg.
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I have tried to ICE it but that doesnt seem to help with the swelling. My Meds are Motrin(800mg), cephalexin(550mg), and some percocet. It is uncomfortable to sleep with because of the rubbing.. Anyone have any advice for this? I take my pain meds before sleep, and I am out like a light.
The fatigue with vertigo is worse!! Two and a half years ago one morning I was putting on my shoes and socks and realized I couldn't lift my R leg onto the other to put on my socks. I could barely lift it off the ground. I saw my internist who noted pathologically hyperactive reflexes on both knees and ankles, weakness of the R hip flexors and referred me to the neurologist I had seen before for migraines.
I was able to go for 6 hours between doses of percocet, and did not need any IV morphine. I was also given a bladder spasm prevention medication every day, an antibiotic, and valium. I was told that the valium was to make sleep easier so that discomfort would not wake me up. I was sent home with pain medicine, antibiotic, valium, and the bladder spasm medicine.
I did notice that I slept longer while on Ultram than I usually did, and there a few weird side effects, like a rushing sound in my ears, weight loss (10 lbs) due to lack of appetite, and urinary retention. It's been exactly 1 week since I took my last Ultram pill, and 10 days since I started weaning off them. I have to say I feel great now, but that was the hardest 10 days of my life. I'm peeing normally now and the rushing sound is gone.
, took methadont TID, had become very mentally clouded, was having trouble working, remembering things and how to get to places, developed urinary retention, etc. NO dose would hold me for longer than 2 - 3 weeks - then I'd start feeling sick again. Had to search for three months to find a place that would detox me. Definitely a tough detox to do quickly.
in the interim for the severe pre-op pain that I experienced as well as the short period of post-op pain that I endured. I was prescribed Tylenol#3, Lortab 7.5, Lortab 10 and Percocet and LOTS of it. I was legitimately in a GREAT deal of pain! The problem was, the more pain medication I took, the more I needed (and the more I TOOK). NOW, I don't HAVE anymore. I also have no legitimate NEED for the pain medication to ask my physician for.
The hepatic flexure of the colon makes the turn right in the same area where the liver and the gallbladder are. could be buildup of stool and gas that stretches the colon and causes pain. Has the Dr mentioned this?
It's been almost 2 weeks since my laproscopic surgery, I have learned alot both from experiencing it and talking to ya'll here on the forum. Time to share, because just maybe somebody is about to go through the same thing and has questions or needs help. It would be great if everyone added their two cents and we will have a nice "what to expect when your expecting laproscopic surgery" list...lol 1. Don't be fooled, this is major surgery. You could be having body parts removed.
I do remember laying in bed for three days with a migraine while in college, before they had good drugs like Maxalt and Imitrex. And I remember drugs like Percocet/Darvon that made me vomit, and other narcotics that made me sleep for days.
She addicted for no reason but bad advice and not opening up to me first about the percocet dependency. Which breaks the trust between the two of us. I found out by the left over bottles lying around. Not by her coming forth. There is a lie here that is hard to overcome. Trust has been broken and perpetuated by the lack of couple councilling to deal with the problem. I guess that is the root of the problem for me.
Once I had it removed I did not have a period for 3 months and like you I had pinching etc...They performed a scan and no cysts found...
i have had 3 iuis and going for my 4 today, with the other 3 even though i wasnt pregnant i had very sore breasts and felt very bloted i learned after having so many iuis to expect that i guess that comes from the hcg shot, i never was nausiuos though,that could be a good sign some woman know it the minute they become pregnant,and you could be one of them,i know the two week wait can be unbearable,but try and hang in there and try not to take a hpt test for a few more days,unlike i did and get a
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