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Avoiding to pass urine, giddiness, irritating, gastric problems, blockage in urinary passage

whenever saving urine more, becoming lot of giddiness as well as getting irritating and getting feeling to pass urine often. Now I am getting more gastric problem and I thinking some gas is blocked on the urinary bladder or pelvis .I don t know To which doctor to consult . i have consulted with urology and gastroentrology but they told this is oridinary urine blocked.
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Hi
Welcome to HCM
Holding back urine is known to cause what is known as a vasovagal attack because of stretching of the bladder. Its not a wise thing to hold back urine since it not only causes you discomfort but also makes you prone to developing urinary infections.
Gastric problems tend to be prolonged(Chronic) and they need treatment for longer durations you can consult ANY general physician.
Regards
Dr. Thomas
Answered: Thu, 24 May 2012
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