I need to piss really bad.

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    Apr 24, 2015 3:13 AM GMT
    I've never had this problem before. It's like totally new to me.

    What should I do? icon_eek.gif
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    Apr 24, 2015 4:01 AM GMT
    Hey,
    piss in a cup and swig it down!
    They say it's a very healthy power drink.....
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    Apr 24, 2015 4:17 AM GMT
    Get a referral to a urologist. There are various tests they can do, including a computerized flow test. And checking for urinary tract or prostate infection.

    A popular home remedy, that doctors themselves recommend, is to drink cranberry juice. The kind that is pure, not a blend with other juices like apple. Check the ingredients on the label. Ocean Spray "Original" is a good choice.

    Some men, like myself, have flow problems from drinking Coca Cola. Coke may not be the primary cause of blockage for you, but could be making the symptoms worse.
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    Apr 24, 2015 4:24 AM GMT
    So are you saying you have the constant feeling of needing to go but then can't?

    Prostititus ... get to an emergency room now
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    Apr 24, 2015 11:24 PM GMT
    Expect a catheter up both ends. How's your flow? Do you strain? If so It could be an enlarged prostate, a kink in the hose or a hypertrophied bladder sleeve.
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    Apr 25, 2015 12:56 AM GMT
    Paul: Are you okay, man?
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    Apr 25, 2015 4:13 AM GMT
    You have diabetes. You're not well.
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    Apr 25, 2015 2:48 PM GMT
    pazzy saidget yourself one of these.





    Or


    http://sneakyleaker.com/
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    Apr 25, 2015 2:55 PM GMT
    Art_Deco saidGet a referral to a urologist. There are various tests they can do, including a computerized flow test. And checking for urinary tract or prostate infection.

    A popular home remedy, that doctors themselves recommend, is to drink cranberry juice. The kind that is pure, not a blend with other juices like apple. Check the ingredients on the label. Ocean Spray "Original" is a good choice.

    Some men, like myself, have flow problems from drinking Coca Cola. Coke may not be the primary cause of blockage for you, but could be making the symptoms worse.


    "drink cranberry juice"

    I don't know if this has ever been proven, but also good to battle the formation of kidney stones, which I've had the pleasure of dealing with at a pretty regular basis since age 18. That was until I had the last lithotripsy in 1997. For some very strange reason, unknown to me, that was the last time.

    "drinking Coca Cola"

    And boy this has been the hardest thing for me to give up, but in my case it's Diet Pepsi.
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    Apr 25, 2015 10:39 PM GMT
    freedomisntfree said
    Art_Deco saidGet a referral to a urologist. There are various tests they can do, including a computerized flow test. And checking for urinary tract or prostate infection.

    A popular home remedy, that doctors themselves recommend, is to drink cranberry juice. The kind that is pure, not a blend with other juices like apple. Check the ingredients on the label. Ocean Spray "Original" is a good choice.

    Some men, like myself, have flow problems from drinking Coca Cola. Coke may not be the primary cause of blockage for you, but could be making the symptoms worse.

    "drink cranberry juice"

    I don't know if this has ever been proven, but also good to battle the formation of kidney stones, which I've had the pleasure of dealing with at a pretty regular basis since age 18. That was until I had the last lithotripsy in 1997. For some very strange reason, unknown to me, that was the last time.

    "drinking Coca Cola"

    And boy this has been the hardest thing for me to give up, but in my case it's Diet Pepsi.

    All my urologists have suggested I try cranberry juice, for prostate and other urinary tract issues. Whether it really works I can't say, I noticed no immediate improvement. But if I'm gonna drink something besides water it might as well be cranberry.

    But I have noticed increased blockage with Coca Cola. Especially if I have it later in the evening with a meal, like pizza. Next morning it takes a while before I can pee freely again. So I mostly avoid it.
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    Apr 27, 2015 12:55 AM GMT
    Art_Deco said
    freedomisntfree said
    Art_Deco saidGet a referral to a urologist. There are various tests they can do, including a computerized flow test. And checking for urinary tract or prostate infection.

    A popular home remedy, that doctors themselves recommend, is to drink cranberry juice. The kind that is pure, not a blend with other juices like apple. Check the ingredients on the label. Ocean Spray "Original" is a good choice.

    Some men, like myself, have flow problems from drinking Coca Cola. Coke may not be the primary cause of blockage for you, but could be making the symptoms worse.

    "drink cranberry juice"

    I don't know if this has ever been proven, but also good to battle the formation of kidney stones, which I've had the pleasure of dealing with at a pretty regular basis since age 18. That was until I had the last lithotripsy in 1997. For some very strange reason, unknown to me, that was the last time.

    "drinking Coca Cola"

    And boy this has been the hardest thing for me to give up, but in my case it's Diet Pepsi.

    All my urologists have suggested I try cranberry juice, for prostate and other urinary tract issues. Whether it really works I can't say, I noticed no immediate improvement. But if I'm gonna drink something besides water it might as well be cranberry.

    But I have noticed increased blockage with Coca Cola. Especially if I have it later in the evening with a meal, like pizza. Next morning it takes a while before I can pee freely again. So I mostly avoid it.


    I thought it was just an old man thing. I do drink lots of water, but I've had hell trying to stop the diet Pepsi thing (and you can well imagine what's sitting next to me in a great big glass right this minute).

    I do a fair amount of cranberry juice, but there's a bunch of calories in it.

    I figured that the pee thing might be related to caffeine? It's not all the time, but sometimes yeah, it takes a while to get things moving.
  • Svnw688

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    Apr 27, 2015 1:02 AM GMT
    I think you all are right. My former coworker (male, approximately 30, otherwise healthy) had to pass stones. He said it felt like passing razorblades. My sympathies to all those afflicted.

    But the larger point is that HIS doctor recommended a stop to all soda/pop/cola, an increase in water, and an increase in cranberry juice intake.

    And to dovetail, my mom was anemic when she was younger (she was less than 100lbs and having her period then, so she'd lose red blood cells), and HER doctor recommended cranberry juice and grape juice.

    And to finish, recent studies indicate that the positive health benefits from drinking one to two glasses of red wine are also found in a glass or two of grape or cranberry juice.

    So, in short, you all and your doctors seem spot on.