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Persisting urge to urinate, on Alfasol, Soliten for UTI, OAB. Inguinal direct hernia, BPH done. Advice?

I was operated for Rt Inguinal Direct hernia and BPH. Under Spinal anasthsia both mesh hernioplasty and laser prostectomy was done. After the operartion,I have been put on Alfasol(4tsp three times), Dariten(7.5mg ) -twice daily and Soliten (5mg) -OD for UTI and OAB. This is going on for last 10 days. But there is no improvement. Urge to urinate still persists.Kindly advice
Asked On : Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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Jul 2016
Thanks for your query.You have been operated for BEP and you are now on Dariten and soliten after surgery for urgency of micturition. Normally these symptoms are there even before surgery as the bladder is overactive.These symptoms take 3 to 4 months to vanish even after surgery .Pl get your( routine) examination done to rule out infection If positive take tab Ciprfloxacin 500 mg twice daily..Your symptoms are bound to go away gradually over a period of 3 months
Answered: Sat, 15 Sep 2012
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