Difficulty Urinating After The Catheter Is Removed?
At night, my doctor wanted to ask, I had an appendectomy after surgery and like I was using a catheter, after I removed my catheter I had difficulty getting BAK even though it was at the tip and my penis also seemed silent, what do you do, doctor?
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Difficulty of BAK after urinary catheter removal is a fairly common condition. The following are some things you can try to do to overcome BAK difficulties:
Try scheduling to go to the toilet for example every 2-3 hours, no need to wait for the bladder to feel full Open the water tap in the bathroom, hearing the sound of water can help to BAK Dip your hands in cold water when you are BAK Change your BAK position, stand up, squat , sit down, stand up again. Drink a lot, avoid drinking coffee and alcohol. If you can't get pregnant for up to 6 hours, you notice your lower abdomen is getting bigger, your stomach and back are sore, you should immediately go to the hospital for further evaluation . If you can't get BAK at all, the doctor will consider re-inserting the catheter and doing urinary exercises with the catheter attached first to you.
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