Oxybutynin in men

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Avatar n tn Pain in urination may also be nerve related. In the absence of any infection and in the presence of increase in urinary frequency, interstitial cystitis may be a differential.
Avatar n tn I never had any blood in my urin, but when I do the self catheter, there is blood. In addition I have sever shooting pain in my rectum which I never had. The pain sort of goes away after self catheter. I should mention that I did not have any problems urinating before the operation. I am able to release urine (clear/no blood) with burning sensation and not enough to empty the bladder.
572651 tn?1333939396 people have criticized the use of simple oxybutynin as opposed to a newer drug. But one thing that I have observed in taking care of these patients is that they tolerate dry mouth much better than patients who do not have MS. I think it's unfortunate, but it's my guess that they deal with such a harder life. These patients are usually so debilitated, so if you have a hard time walking, wearing pads and having dry mouth may be more acceptable. I think it's a very interesting study.
Avatar n tn I have to be very careful about what I wear as my shoulders and chest can be covered in wet splashes in a few moments. I live in a semi-tropical place with high humidity and the older I get the worse this problem gets but I cannot blame just the climate. When I travel to cold climates I'm fine until I go inside a shop and then the waterfall begins. I have developed a bit of social anxiety which can make me sweat but I don't know which is cause and which is effect.
Avatar n tn I'm just trying not to break down at this point and like I said looking online just feeds one horror story after another, or all results they show are for men in their 50s-70s so nothing really seems to give an answer or some comfort. I just truly and honestly hope this is all something that will stop with the stent removal and medication but so far I'm sadly not convinced. Help?
Avatar m tn Hi, Thanks for writing in. Pain after stent removal can be due to recurrence of stones, stricture in the ureter or inflammation. I would suggest that you get a ultrasound done to check the possibilities. In case of stricture immediate action needs to be taken to prevent scarring. I would suggest that you visit your urologist and discuss the above mentioned possibilities for further advise. Best.
Avatar n tn My doctor told me i could be perimenopausal, although she said there is a test to do i have to have NOT had period in 6 months. Strange thing is I am on my third period in 30 days....Not any fun. ...This one is lasting longer than my usal 3-4 days, it is going on 9 days.... I gave up on my doctor for this and have scheduled an appt. with a gyno, but it is not until next month...