July 19th, 2008 04:02 PM #1Junior Member
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- Jul 2008
No Diagnosis !
I am 25, and have been suffering from frequent urination since around a couple of years now. Around 3 years ago, I started dribbling urine. My urologist did a cystosis, and ruled out any strictures/blockages. My prostate was supposedly a little enlarged and I was prescribed sulpha drugs that I continued for a month (or maybe a little more). The dribbling gradually stopped. But I developed the other problem soon after, that of frequent urination. An ultrasound that I got done showed that I was retaining quite some amount of urine, around 70-80 ml according to the doctor. My prostate seems to be normal. My urologist isnt quite sure what it is. He says it could be some neurological problem as well.
What could be wrong with me? I cant bear it now...it only seems to be getting worse. Please help.
July 19th, 2008 09:07 PM #2Senior Member
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- Nov 2006
Re: No Diagnosis !
You may have candida overload causing your symptoms. Candida can proliferate after antibiotic use, causing an imbalance. Most docs don't address this, but you can ask for a stool test to test for the range of candida found in your stool. Oil of oregano is very helpful for this problem. So is Threelac.
I recommend trying acupuncture - it is also very effective for genitourinary problems. Highly recommend this form of medicine.