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Urinating without feeling the urge to urinate. What is the disease called?

Aug 2012
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husband is urinating w/out feeling the "urge" to urinate, the urnine is coming out by itself, day 2
Posted Fri, 19 Apr 2013 in Urinary and Bladder Problems
Answered by Dr. Madhuri Patil 1 hour later
Hi there.

Since how many years your husband has diabetes and since when he is on Spironolactone?
Please go and see a Urologist as you have not mentioned what was the reason for starting the tablet Spironolactone for him. If it was for BP, it is not the drug of choice for people with diabetes to start with. It can be the reason for urination. But 'not feeling' the urge is something a Urologist must check as this condition is called ' urinary incontinence'. The doctor will also check his prostrate. He/she will rule out any acute infection of the urinary tract also.
Please get back for any related query. Take care.
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