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Frequent urination, mechanical compression on urethra - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Very Good Posted in: Urinary and Bladder Problems
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how cn i help you
Doctor :   *can
User :   Hello Doctor,soory to disturb you
Doctor :   We are here to help you

User :   My mother is suffering for digestion problem also with mukus from past 4 years
User :   we have conducted so many doctors but no result
User :   could you please help us?
Doctor :   mukus???
User :   alternate toilet
User :   whenever she had any thing she has to go toilet
Doctor :   ok
User :   within 2 hours
Doctor :   Have you consulted any doctor about this problem?
User :   today evening we had a small discussion within phone
User :   he suggest us to come in his clinic tomorrw at 5:00 PM
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   ok
User :   I just want to know that it can curable diseases?
User :   My mother will be fine na?
Doctor :   what is the age of your mother
Doctor :   ?
User :   53+
Doctor :   okay
Doctor :   This problem might be because of any mechanical compression on urethra which is a outlet canal which carries urine
Doctor :   sometimes there might be hernia like situation in old age female called cystocele

Doctor :  
or some times it might be some other obstruction to urthra
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