I posted a while ago on a different board and things still aren't getting any better.
I'm 20 years old, and for the last (nearly) two months now, I have not been able to feel like I've emptied my bladder--I feel like I could stand over the toilet for hours and still feel like there's urine passing through my urethra.
My general practitioner at first though I had a prostate infection, so I went on Cipro for a few weeks... then tried Hyoscyamine... that didn't help, so I went to a urologist.
He suspected that I might have some kind of overactive bladder, so he gave me Sanctura... and while that helped a little bit, it didn't completely rid me of my symptoms.
I went back and he performed an examination... you know what it's called... where they insert the little probe with the light and camera into the urethra... anyway he said everything looked good and healthy, and now he's got me on Flomax, thinking that maybe my prostate is restricting flow or something... and that hasn't been helping too much either.
I'm wondering if maybe it's some kind of bladder allergy or something? This whole thing cropped up after a bad cold and hasn't gone away since.
I've also noticed that when I do certain stretches I can feel a bit more "relieved" or "relaxed" ... mainly stretches that stretch out my lower back (kidneys?) ... I've also had infrequent migraine headaches for the last couple of years... don't know if that counts for anything...
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