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Constant urine dribble. Had habit of starting and stopping urine. Permanently damaged sphincter? Cure eventually?

I have constant urine dribble. I am a 24 year old female. I think I know what has caused this. For years starting when I was 11 I would start and stop my everyday each time I used the restroom. I know it was stupid and I don t know why It jut became habit forming. I also would do this when thinking about sex. Please don t judge me I know it crazy but now even though I don t do this at all anymore I hVe a constant dribble. Do you think I permanently damaged my spicnhter. Do you think it will eventually go away. I also vow to never do that again to my body. Will surgery be the only help. I needs vice. Also went to urologist I don t have a uti and the exam he gave said everything looked normal. He suggested a cystoscope but I don t have the money for that
Asked On : Mon, 18 Mar 2013
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Urologist 's  Response
Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.Based on the facts that you have posted it appears that you have incontinence of urine from childhood.and you had a habit of doing some exercise to control the same.

You are worried about damage to your sphincter.However this is theoretically impossible to damage sphincter.

You have to undergo some radiological tests like I.V.P. to rule out any congenital abnormality in urinary system.

You can try to get financial help from some charity organisations to get investigation done .

Answered: Wed, 20 Mar 2013
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