Vicodin, Desipramine, and Mild Retention

Discomfort and pain associated with urgency, frequency and painful bladder syndrome
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coppertop
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Vicodin, Desipramine, and Mild Retention

Post by coppertop » Wed Jun 03, 2009 11:17 pm

I've been told by several uros that when you have that feeling of urge/frequency, it is because you are in a mild retention because your bladder isn't...login to view the rest of this post
Age: 40 | Onset Age: 38 | Symptoms: Pain in buttocks & ischial tuberosity/lower psoas especially while sitting. Occasional urethra burning. Diagnosis: CPPS/Pudendal Neuralgia | Helped By: Tramadol/Ultracet, Low dose Valium, Q-Urol, Yoga, Stretching regimen, swimming, relaxation, distraction. | Worsened By: Extended sitting at work or in the car, stress. Current Meds: Low dose valium, tramadol, Q-Urol, Omega III Fish Oil

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