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Sudden unexplained urinary urgency/ oab


It's my first post here. I have been researching net any type of help for overactive bladder - the sudden and NON-Stop urgency to urinate to be exact. My problem is frequency of going to toilet & the constant need to go. I am on heavy meds (lorazepam at night and oxybutinin for the day) which have side effects and I do not want to take these forever.

I do not have pain, loss of urine, burning, or leakage. Just how often I feel I need to go and how the bladder feels full none stop, even after I go, with in 15 minutes I am ready to go again. I have been tested, probed, and re-tested. No obstructions, bacteria, lumps, or anything. By all accounts I am a healthy 30 yr old, whose life has turned into a nightmare and it seems no one can say why. Developed insomnia, due to how often I wake up. If anyone has tried to fall asleep on a full bladder, then you understand.

I am lost and am searching for any help at this point
all advice, ideas or anything is greatly appreciated and welcomed. I do not want to live my life in a bathroom.

Thank you kindly for any and all insight/ advice.
  zaba114 on 2014-03-08
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pls take a singhle dose of Causticum 10m and wait for a month ...

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok 9 years ago
Thank you kindly for your reply doctor!!!
I forgot to mention that the urgency is worse at night and the that my bladder always feel full. I go, and I feel like I have to go again... immediately.

Will try your suggested treatment next week. :0)
I am very hopeful.
zaba114 9 years ago

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