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Frequent urination

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  • Posted By: plnthtt777
  • March 5, 2007
  • 05:37 AM

I am 45 yr. old male. For the last 15 years, I have frequent urination problem. I met many urologists, done sonography, X-ray, recently one prostrate check also. But no soulution as such for the problem.
Poblem :Frequent urge to urinate, small quntity of urine, there is not much force and thin flow of urine, some times i feel slight burning sensation in the urinary track. In all urine tests so far there is trace of blood in the urine. Once a urologist has told that there is formation of kidney stone, found in an X-ray. My uric acid levels are constantly high at level 6.6. Some times I feel like going for urination with in 15 minutes of drinking water/fluid. How much time does it take normally for fluid taken in, to reach urinary bladder ? I have normal blood sugar. Slighly elevated Cholesterol, Triglycerides and BP. Please help.

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  • dude,I had a similar problem. The clue is the pH and what you need is bicarbinates. Try taking baking soda: 1/2 tsp in 5 oz of water twice daily for a week. This helped mewith the urge incontinence. You should after a week , have a urinePH closer to 7 and a more comfortable flow with a fullness feelingat 100 milli liters.
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