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For the last year I've noticed that I pee very frequently. I'll have a long pee and then about 20 mins later I'll have to go again and it feels like a lot but when I go it's not that much.

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1 hour ago, punk18 said:

For the last year I've noticed that I pee very frequently. I'll have a long pee and then about 20 mins later I'll have to go again and it feels like a lot but when I go it's not that much.

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Talking to a doctor should be on the top of your to do list.

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Only one thing to do I would say go see a doctor if it worries you. if

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Its time to see your doctor and an urologist just to make sure its not a more serious issue thats causing your bladder issues.

my bladder issue started simuler to your issue,

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When I was a teenager I could go all night without having to get up to pee.

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On 1/1/2017 at 9:47 AM, punk18 said:

For the last year I've noticed that I pee very frequently. I'll have a long pee and then about 20 mins later I'll have to go again and it feels like a lot but when I go it's not that much.

I wake up several times during the night to pee and I loose sleep over it. I wake up about 2 or 3 times.

like last night I got up to pee 5 times and it was only alittle

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Hmm this is alittle scary but I have scheduled an appointment..

i don't wear often at all. I have trained myself to relieve and feel comfortable in a diaper. I pee frequently in a diaper. But I don't wear 24/7 and when I do wear it's like once maybe twice a week.

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punk18, SIDincontinent,

it seems to me that both of you have what is called a neurologic bladder, which means that you bladder does not empty all the way and it retains a small amount of urine. Since your excretory process has already been tripped, even if only 5ml of urine remain, as your kidneys place more urine into your bladder, it simply weeps out. The urologist prescribing foley catheters is designed to empty the remainder of urine so it does not get to concentrated / bacteria rich and create an infection is only adressing the symptom rather than the actual problem. Enlarged prostrate is just one of the many causes a bladder does not empty, and I strongly suggest that firstly, both of you create a voiding frequency & amount chart (void into a plastic measuring jug, write down the time and the amount) for at least 7 days before you both set an appointment to see a qualified medical practioner. There have been hernia cases that have caused the symptoms you both described, so be prepared to undergo a number of tests from different specialists. This is curable.

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Just got back from the doctors appointment they're going to send a urine sample out for a culture he didn't see anything except a little protein in my bladder.

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I'm guessing this was your primary care doctor. If you really want to find out what's happening, you're going to have to get a referral to a urologist. A urologist will perform urodynamics tests and may recommend an ultra sound scan to determine how well your bladder is functioning and whether there is any residual urine in the bladder after you're done voiding, as Babykeiff proposes above.

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On 2017-01-01 at 6:52 PM, SIDincontinent said:

That's how my OAB/interstitial cystitis/incontinence

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On 1/6/2017 at 3:09 AM, John64 said:

Hi!

How do you manage to stay out of infections as you use diaper on you catheter? I have tried it twice but got infections both times. Otherwise it was interesting to get everything in place, get down in front of the computer and a few cans of beer on the table and get astonished how fast i got really wet.

I don't let the catheter drain into the diaper. That would cause a UTI. I use a leg bag during the day and the overnight/bedside bag at night. I have a prescription for the catheters and associated equipment and it is paid for by my health insurance. I still wear diapers over the catheter as there is always some small leaks. But extreme caution must be exercised when using catheters as there is a very real risk of infection, which could kill you. My catheter care is very good, I've had 2 UTI's in 2 1/2 years of using catheters. The wife does all the catheter insertions since she is an ER nurse, but after she puts it in, I'm on my own for taking care of it and changing the bags etc.

On 1/5/2017 at 2:39 AM, babykeiff said:

punk18, SIDincontinent,

it seems to me that both of you have what is called a neurologic bladder, which means that you bladder does not empty all the way and it retains a small amount of urine. Since your excretory process has already been tripped, even if only 5ml of urine remain, as your kidneys place more urine into your bladder, it simply weeps out. The urologist prescribing foley catheters is designed to empty the remainder of urine so it does not get to concentrated / bacteria rich and create an infection is only adressing the symptom rather than the actual problem. Enlarged prostrate is just one of the many causes a bladder does not empty, and I strongly suggest that firstly, both of you create a voiding frequency & amount chart (void into a plastic measuring jug, write down the time and the amount) for at least 7 days before you both set an appointment to see a qualified medical practioner. There have been hernia cases that have caused the symptoms you both described, so be prepared to undergo a number of tests from different specialists. This is curable.

No, just overactive bladder (my diagnosis) and interstitial cystitis (from the doctors)

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Well. Did abunch of tests. Doc said everything was fine.. even though I piss still very frequently through the day and wake up to pee. I would love to wear at night but I sleep on my side and would then leak all the time.. plus for some reason I have trouble sleeping in diapers idk why. Maybe the kind I have are small

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If you use disposable diapers, you're going to leak if you sleep on your side.

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I'm just curious as to why this is happening though.

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It was when I was in my early 20s that I started having similar problems as you, punk18.

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2 hours ago, bobbyc said:

It was when I was in my early 20s that I started having similar problems as you, punk18.

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I don't even drink coffee haha. I will keep a little journal and write when I void and such so it isn't "in my head"

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I'd suggest you track both input and output.

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2 hours ago, punk18 said:

I don't even drink coffee haha. I will keep a little journal and write when I void and such so it isn't "in my head"

Remember all the other things that include caffeine in them, such as chocolate, energy drinks and especially soda pop such as Coke, root beer, Dr. Pepper, Mountain Dew

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On 7/1/2017 at 5:44 PM, SIDincontinent said:

I don't let the catheter drain into the diaper. That would cause a UTI.

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On 5/1/2017 at 8:45 PM, punk18 said:

Just got back from the doctors appointment they're going to send a urine sample out for a culture he didn't see anything except a little protein in my bladder.

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Catheter/bag assembly is a "closed system" when "closed system" is open (i.e. Draining in a diaper) that leaves an open pathway for bacteria to migrate up the catheter and into the bladder.

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