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Heart surgery, problem in urinating, analyst test normal

My husband make a surgry for heart its very well but he has a problem about her urine before two months he fell the urine not pass completly he goes to the doctor and make a analysit and all and make a microscope all very well the results but the problem still evey 2weeks it must to put a somthing for pass the urine . Pls help me
Asked On : Fri, 27 Apr 2012
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First of all , I would like to know the age of your husband and since how long he has been sufferring from this urinary problem.

I would also like to know more details about his urinary symptoms and would like to investigate him with USG of KUB with full bladder and post void residual urine.

Ideally, he needs to see a urologist for proper examination, investigations and evaluation before any authentic advise can be given to him

If you wish you may bring him to the clinic for consultation and proper evaluation

Best wishes

Dr Dilip Raja
Answered: Thu, 24 May 2012
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