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Neurogenic bladder & bladder obstruction

Please write the Ayurvedic remady for neurogenic bladder and urine obstarction particularly in the person suffering from Rt lower limb paralysis
  Deepak Sharma on 2006-10-10
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Dr. Deoshlok Sharma
deoshlok last decade
Dear Dr. Deoshlok Sharma,

Ever since I can remember, my 8 year son had the habit of passing urine in trouser. This happens mostly during day and only once in a blue-moon in night during sleep, when he is not well or so. Though we have been telling about this to his pediatricians, there advice was to wait and watch for sometime and to investigate further if not cured by itself later. Since he is now 8 years old and problem continues and as advised by our family physician, we had started consultations /investigations by way of sonography, x-ray, physical examinations etc.

The diagnosis was NEUROGENIC BLADDER and have been advised to do “self Catheterization”. However on two previous occassions when Catheter was put for diagnostic purposes (Once for taking x-ray MICTURATING CYSTOURETHROGRAM & once for PVR, measuring capacity, blockages etc) he got severe UTI's- he did not had any UTIs before this for the last 8 years. As such this option looks to be very difficult

I had been consulting a local homepathist as well and he was under medication. Recently we have observed some improvement in his condition as regards urine flow, bladder/muscle pain etc, though he is still having infection (In spite of giving Cipro for 2 weeks) and needs occassional catheterisation. I don't know what medicines he was giving, however from whatevber I overheard one of the medicines given were Causticum 200 or something (I heard him telling his assistant to give that medicine.

In the meanwhile we were also conducting investigations under an alopathy doctor and the result of a Urodynamic Study conducted is:

'Detrusor shows severe degree overactivity. These features go on to explain his symptoms of urinary incontinence (which is of urge type) as well as nocturnal enuresis. His voiding study confirms a severe degree obstruction at the bladder outlet. This appears to be a case of dysfunctional voiding (Learned voiding dysfunction) of a typical type. However in the absence of significant sphincter interference, a mechanical cause such as Posterior Urethral valves should be considered.'

Next test advised is Cystography.

Any comments, recommendations, suggestions please ?


tvrwarrier last decade
Hi There...

Please do get a MRI done for lumbar region of the spinal cord...sometime compression of nerves at the dors-lumber region of spine causes weakness of bladder region.
simputer last decade

Sorry for this late response.

We did consult some neurologist and after extensive external physical tests,
though he did not had much of a doubt, did suggest an MRI scan, just to
eliminate one possible reason for this ailment. However all the three
Urologists (nephorologists) we consulted after that, did not think it is
necessary at this juncture. They are of the opinion that this could be a
bladder valve problem.

Meanwhile, right now we are getting some homepathy treatment done locally.
He has now come out of all other problems (infection, bladder pain etc etc)
except wetting his trousers once in a while.

However I am not sure what medicines are being tried, as rather than prescribing, the homeopathists here give the medicines themselves.

tvrwarrier last decade

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