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can urine travel to your heart and brain?if you contiinously hold your urine?

can urine travel to your heart and brain?if you contiinously hold your urine?
it does feel that since ive been holding my urine a lot since october, there were pains and discmfort happen to me. Right now i feel discomfort in my chest area and on my brain and i have a hard time breathing. I told my urologists bout i think my urine goes up to my brain, and he did nothing to me. I think my urine is already traveling in my body now. No one seems to know how to help me. after holding the urine for months now, i ve noticed that there is a pressure on my my back that went to my neck to my head. and that gave me a huge headache. and some sinuses too. and now the pain went to my back and some where in my lungs cause i have a hard time breathing three nights now. and the other night, i have a cold pain in my upper chest area.somewhere in my heart.
Asked On : Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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No...but it may damage your kidneys if u do that much often...and that's the time it will affect your system...
Answered: Sat, 19 Dec 2009
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