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Old 01-16-2018, 08:32 PM   #1
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Anyone take diuretics and have urinary frequency and unable to empty bladder
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Old 01-17-2018, 03:38 AM   #2
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Hi Poochie! I was taking Lasix for a while. 40 mg per day. I was taking this because of fluid buildup in my lower legs. It helped but I couldn't take Lasix forever.

Nerve damage has left my bladder unable to completely empty. So I get repeated UTI's. I had a catheter for a while and really liked it. So convenient.
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Hi Poochie! I was taking Lasix for a while. 40 mg per day. I was taking this because of fluid buildup in my lower legs. It helped but I couldn't take Lasix forever.

Nerve damage has left my bladder unable to completely empty. So I get repeated UTI's. I had a catheter for a while and really liked it. So convenient.
No catheter now?
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No catheter now?
No, I had to take a break from it. I miss it but it does me good to move more even if it is going to the restroom!
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