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  •    A dignified journey Apr 10, 2019    healthunlocked.com

    Lulumacmac231 says:

    Hi all, I just wanted to pop on here to express my sincere appreciation for this site. I haven't really participated here, but have found it to be a wealth of information while transitioning through the different stages of my dad's PSP journey. Alongside that, it has been really remarkable to know there is a community of people going through the same thing, when this seems to be such a...

  •    3 months post op RP. My thoughts and concerns. Mar 12, 2019    cancer.org

    jeffman says:

    Hello all. My story. I had a younger brother that passed away at 55 from prostate cancer. I was 57 at the time. Even though my doctor was monitoring my PSA yearly, I requested more frequent checks. He agreed, and sure enough, my PSA started to slowly rise when I turned 60. Continued every 6 month checks, then when it hit 4.2, he referred me to a Urologist. More for my peace of mind than anything...

  •    8 year old Overactive bladder and 2 night away school trip! Please Help!... Feb 15, 2019    healthunlocked.com

    CatDub says:

    Hello All, I am after some help and reviews regarding incontinence products for children that actually hold the volume of urine a child with an overactive bladder produces at night.We currently change dry nights pull ups 2/3 times a night or if she is trying without one then lift her every 1-2hrs which you can imagine is hard going.She is due to go away with the school in April and i would like to...

  •    Incontinence tip for anyone in the chat room with a bladder that has a mind of... Jan 27, 2019    healthunlocked.com

    Jesmcd2 says:

    Hello family. Hope everyone is doing well on this Sunday on frosty January morning. I decided to Broach a topic that is not freely spoken about and that is incontinence. . I've spent years. struggling with my bladder and I might go through stretches were I have some control but then I'll turn around and hip stretches for I have little to absolutely no control of this bladder of mine. And...

  •    Incompetent cervix fear Dec 19, 2018    whattoexpect.com

    WoolyWolf says:

    Ive seen a few of us on here go through the trauma of being diagnosed with incompetent cervix at this stage and even lose baby or being put on bed rest/ getting a stitch hoping it can be controlled. I have severe health anxiety that will keep me up at night and this is my nightmare. Im 18 weeks now and cant stop fearing it. Even when I wasnt pregnant I always suffer with some level of incontinence...

  •    Tell me your thoughts Dec 05, 2018    whattoexpect.com

    akerrera09 says:

    Around 230am, I felt a decent release of fluid. I was wearing an incontinence liner/pad so it absorbed the fluid and left everything else dry. Some more came out while I waddled to the bathroom. I thought I saw a pinkish hue on the pad but it might have been yellow (it also became more yellow as more time passed). It mightve been amniotic fluid or it couldve been urine as I still peed once I got...

  •    31 weeks 2 days Dec 04, 2018    whattoexpect.com

    ashleygirl23 says:

    Being in the last trimester seems surreal, time went by fast! These days I am exhausted beyond exhausted, craving spicy food and sweets. Ive also decided to change hospitals at the last minute 😯. Baby kicks leave me with about 3 hours of sleep at night and Im pretty sure I have incontinence at this point, so I try not to laugh too hard LOL. Whats your update? EDD 2/2/19

  •    After sex... Sep 22, 2018    whattoexpect.com

    apm210 says:

    Im about 9.5 weeks PP with my second child and and having sex a couple times a week for the past three weeks. My first child was a caesarean and with this LO I had a successful VBAC with a barely 2nd degree tear. For the most part I feel good and my midwife said I was all healed at my 6 week check up. And even during sex I feel pretty good, but immediately after I feel so sore. TMI but as soon as...

  •    Here we go!...1yr post RALP Sep 09, 2018    healingwell.com

    Tiger88 says:

    So here I am at the one year point post surgery. My PSA has been a consistent <0.01 ng/mL and I am happy with that outcome. If youve read my earlier post, Ive not recovered my continence (yet) and am going through a 1-2 pads a day. My URO says its "stress incontinence" and said I might consider a sling. Ive been able to manage it pretty well (I have an office job) and it hasnt slowed...

  •    Down to 104 pounds. Help Sep 05, 2018    colonclub.com

    Swirdfish says:

    No matter what I do, I can not gain weight. I am 104 pounds and 58". I have terrible diarrhea issues...much worse than pre chemo. I went all through chemo without a bag. I finished chemo in April and really thought by now I would be bouncing back nicely. Currently I get 1x month Sandostatin and have been given the ok to take up to 8 Lomotol a day. In addition, I often take 1-2 Oxi codone...

  •    Do you feel overwhelmed by your carer Aug 23, 2018    healthunlocked.com

    Louyse says:

    Hi I know that lots of us have no support from families etc. Sorry this post isnt meant to offend you. Im lucky to have a husband who does a lot for me. But Im beginning to feel overwhelmed and losing myself by his actions. He tells me I cant go places, to calm down when Im speaking with other people especially my children, to go have lie downs. But especially when we go anywhere the first thing...

  •    Pelvic Floor Therapy Jun 18, 2018    whattoexpect.com

    dvandine says:

    Anyone here do pelvic floor therapy as a result of giving birth?Ive had my first session and while I can see the benefits in doing it. Im just interested to know how quickly people saw results?Did any of your symptoms get better? How long did it take?Im currently unsure of my exact symptoms as I believe I may still have a UTI from the catheter from delivery and Im 9 weeks PP. But as of right now...

  •    New Member-Newly Diagnosed Jun 14, 2018    healingwell.com

    Balladeer says:

    Greetings;New member and newly diagnosed "high-risk" PCa patient here, hoping to gain as much insight and guidance as I can going forward. Ive been diagnosed as a relatively high risk patient with a high Gleason score, so Ill probably post something over in the Gleason-9 Crew area as well, but for now, heres my introduction and my story: Following a rather progressive and rapidly rising...

  •    A delicate question Jun 03, 2018    healthunlocked.com

    PMRpro says:

    I have not seen this mentioned anywhere but is anyone having bladder trouble? Since the onset of this deasease in December one of the first things to happen was incontinence, I took it that weak hands,arms and legs this was all part of it. Ok during the day but can't make it to the bedroom door before gravity takes over with my many night time forages to the bathroom. Since having the...

  •    incontinece May 05, 2018    healingwell.com

    Tiger88 says:

    hello everybody, Im just new on this forum. Im 4 months post op from open prostatectomy but I havent seen any much improvement from the time of surgery. my incontinence is same from the first day when my catheter was removed. Dont have any complications from the surgery. Everything went well. I have using 3 pads everyday. Im USING 3 PADS a day since my first day when my catheter was removed. Im...

  •    I survived a cutting seton (and so can you) Apr 24, 2018    healingwell.com

    cuttingsetonsurvivor says:

    Hi! First of all, I have not been diagnosed with Crohns disease. I have, however, had an anal fistula. Which is just now, after 14 months, resolved (almost).When I was considering how to take care of it, in consultation with my surgeon, I did a lot of surfing the web looking for peoples experiences. And I got very little out of it, other than feeling more anxiety. So I wanted to jot down my...

  •    Ongoing horrors of dementia + cancer Apr 16, 2018    macmillan.org.uk

    MyMum1934 says:

    Mum 83 given weeks in November with kidney cancer is now in nursing home post month long hospice stay, having stabilised. She's got dementia really rapidly becoming absolutely horrible to my dear old dad Dad has moved in with us, as he has so far mild dementia and heart problems.  He's desperate to visit her every day but when we do she's pretty vile to him...."one of us...

  •    Surgery or Proton therapy? What do you think? Apr 08, 2018    cancer.org

    SantaZia says:

    Looking for best treatment option surgery or proton therapy, so far I have completed one consult with a radiation oncologist who suggested I start hormone treatment that day.  I didnt think this was the best idea since I had other consults with two University based cancer centers scheduled.  MD Anderson Proton Center has scheduled an MRI and Bone Scan. I will also consult with an experienced...

  •    One week since Catheter removed RP 3/20/2018 Apr 05, 2018    cancer.org

    lighterwood67 says:

    Well, it has been one week since my catheter was removed.  I am stiil incontinent.  With that said, when I am not incontinent and actually make it to the bathroom, I must say I have not had a stream flow like that since I was much younger ( I could pee across the room if I wanted to). There are times when everything seems perfectly normal (bladder filling, bladder stimulates me to get up and...

  •    New DX, G8, treatment decision time Mar 30, 2018    healingwell.com

    CAdogsRus says:

    Age 63, physical (Scripps) 11/2017 PSA 4.1, referred to urologist. DRE Jan 2018 found nodule, biopsy recommended. I switched to UCSD for mpMRI before biopsy; MRI scored PIRAD 5 (begin mental preparing for PCa being found by biopsy).Biopsy (UCSD) late February 2018. DX via phone night before departure for one week trip to UK.12 core + 2 targets from mpMRI. 8/12 cores PCa (7 4+3, 1 4+4), both target...

  •    Exercises for retained spinal galant reflex Mar 20, 2018    healthunlocked.com

    Jayjay-1 says:

    Has anyone come across this before?Our son has dyspraxia and I am wondering if some of these exercise for retained reflexes (things we usually let go of through childhood) might help with bladder problems. Not done much research but have heard other people say that NHS Occ. Therapists have mentioned these, so I'm guessing there are a genuine 'thing'. There is a private company in...

  •    Pee or water breaking?? Feb 15, 2018    whattoexpect.com

    hharrow88 says:

     FTM at 33+5 everything has been great till we went to the doc on Tue. My blood pressure was slightly high (141/65) and there was protein in my urine. Doc put me on bed rest for 2 days and had me due a 24 hour urine sample (I turn that in today so we dont know the results just yet) last night around 11 I woke up to pee went and laid back down and had really bad heartburn so I went back to the...

  •    increased leakage Feb 03, 2018    healingwell.com

    fiddlecanoe says:

    Im experiencing increased urinary leakage. I was completely incontinent after RP, but recovered control fully after about 8 months. Then I had radiation, and that resulted in a small amount of incontinence, but it slowly went away over a period of four months. Now the incontinence is back, especially with some nighttime floods. I saw the urologist and he game me some Toviaz, which is similar to...

  •    Sleep and Diabetes: Whats the Connection? Feb 01, 2018    healthunlocked.com

    rvmasalvad says:

    Sleep and Diabetes: Whats the Connection?Published January 31, 2018 by Robert S. DinsmoorSleep disturbances, including insomnia, sleep-disordered breathing, sleep apnea, and restless leg syndrome, are very common in the United States. In people with diabetes, disordered sleep can upset blood glucose levels, and erratic blood glucose levels can disrupt sleep in a vicious cycle. Here are the...

  •    Indwelling (Foley) Catheters Jan 08, 2018    healthunlocked.com

    BarrySimpson says:

    An indwelling catheter is a thin tube inserted into the urethra for long-term use. The catheter drains urine into a bag that is either attached with a strap around a leg underneath pants or a skirt so that you can be active during the day, or it is hung from the side of a bed (generally used at night, or for those who remain in a bed for long periods of time).Indwelling catheters are often used...

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