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What medication should I take for Micturition Syncope while passing urine ?

Dear Dr., I have a Micturition Syncope while passing urine since 14 years and just befor one year I have known that I have this disease so, I need the best tablet name to use it for this disease? I have used 2 tablets but unfortunately no benefit as follow: 1- Bisoprolol( 5 )mg 2- TENORMIN 25 Dr. please help me and I appreciate you. Best regards, Hamood
Asked On : Thu, 24 Feb 2011
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Thanks for query,
cause is not known but may be due to vagal stimulation while micturation.
Vagal stimulation and getting up there is vasodilation causing sudden fall of BP.
There is no specific treatment but go for following,
Do not stand up suddenly but gradually and before standing sit on the edge of bed and after some time stend up and go for urination.
Do not do fast urination but slowly,
Consume little amount of alcohol.
Tenormin not to be taken as it may cause bradycardia and during syncope also there is bradycardia.
Ok and bye.
Answered: Tue, 9 Aug 2011
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