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Recurrent urinary issues like urine retention, incontinence, post void urine, having weight loss with sexual problems. Solution?

Hi Sir, My age is 23 and i m suffering from urinary problems since from the age of 15, i have shown to many urologist , but still remains same issue, but i m facing problem like urine retention, urinary incontinence ,post void urine, starting urination problem like waiting for a minute,i m not able hold urine, day by day i m getting thinner, facing sexual problem also,, please help me the wright solution,,,,as i have taken many medicine like tamsulosin , alfozusin but is all of waste, by taking this kind of medicine i m getting more trouble,,,please help me wright solution...
Asked On : Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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Posssible reasons are loss of nerve control to ur bladder or narrowing of the urine passage.
The doctor needs to evaluate on these lines and do the needful.
If there is block, removing that will give relief.
If nerve problem, need long term treatment.

Answered: Sun, 26 Aug 2012
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