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Urinary tract/Overactive Bladder

I am looking for remedy for my urine problem. I am just 30 years old and I have Unire Urgency problem I have to go toilet again and again to pass urine. Well, briefly I believe this happened, cos I used to take Anti-depressent about 4 years ago thats when it started and I ignored it but now in past year it wakes me at night, I got to bed at 12pm and I have to go to work at 5:30 in the morning during this period I have to get up once to pass the urine. It does wake me up in the day when I sleep exactly after two hours, so I dont need alarm to getup when I sleep as I know I will get up.

I Had all the tests Kideny Bladder stone, Diabetes, everthing is fine, Doctor seems to know nothing he wants me to go to specialist.

Well, 1 thing I notice when doctor did my urine test she said u got infection and gave me some medicine, but lab report says nothing, I have noticed some time when I finish passing urine I see some sticky staff coming out at the end, Its like glue, Its like thick drops of urine but very thick but some time before passing as soon as i start, It happen ususlly in the morning.

Sorry for such a long post, But ur suggestion and any remedy will be big Favour to me.

Thanks for reading.
 
  Junaidyasin on 2008-08-08
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