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Chronic diabetes, nephro and hypertension, has trouble passing urine. Bladder ultrasound done. Cause and cure?

My mother is 80 yrs old . she is cronic diabetic, nephro, hypertension patient. Her cratinene is 3.0. Her sugar is controlled with Inj. insuline. Facing problem in passing the urine . She has to apply lot of pressure to discharge the urine. Ultrasound report says when Bllader is full waterlevel is 450ml. After passing the urine residual inthe Blader is 300ml. What s the reason & whats its remedy. YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Tue, 23 Oct 2012
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Your mother is diabetic with CRF with Hypertension, hope her BP is also controlled ,she appears to have some kind of obstruction to out flow as residual urine is 300ml .
It is advisable to visit a Urosurgeon and get a Cystoscopy to know the cause of obstruction and then a CMG study to find out function of bladder muscle may be required and once cause is known she can be treated accordingly with medicines or any required surgical procedure.
Take care
Good luck to her.
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