My sister started becoming unable to urinate. Became very bloated and lots of pressure on lower abdomen. Ended up going to ER, the put in a catheter, drained several bags of urine. When they took it out, she went back to being unable to pee.Been to the ER a few times, went to urologist who did bloodwork and scoped her and said everything looked fine. Went to OBGYN who said everything looked fine. She has a catheter in now, been drinking all day and there is barely any urine in it. She has gained 23 lbs. in 14 days, bloated, sharp pains in the bladder, sometimes blood in the urine. She works at a hospital and sadly no one there has a clue as to what the problem might be. Anyone????? Also had a CT and ultrasound.Reply Follow This Thread Stop Following This Thread Flag this Discussion
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