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Enlarged prostate

An enlarged prostate is a common condition, which predominantly affects older men - about one in three men over the age of 50 have urinary symptoms.

If you are experiencing prostate enlargement, you may find that you have difficulty fully emptying your bladder and may have a frequent need to urinate.

This can disrupt sleep if you are visiting the bathroom during the night on a regular basis – a condition known as nocturia.

Dr Paul Stillman explained: “When the prostate gland enlarges it constricts the urethra, impeding the easy flow of urine from the bladder. Therefore the symptoms produced are difficulty and hesitancy starting to urinate, with a weak flow and the feeling afterwards there is more to come. Men have to urinate more frequently than they’re used to and at night. Having to go two or more times during the night regularly is likely to be due to prostatic enlargement.”

Please answer .... Cant control bladder?

Okay im a 15year old girl and i need 2 go to the toilet every hour and i dont need to do much
Do them tablets that you take once a day help you to control your bladder if they do how long will they keep you from going to the toilet

You may have a UTI urinary tract infection. If you have burning or urgency (feeling like you need to go when there is very little inside you then you need to get in to the dr's office. Since it's the weekend and they are most likely closed have your parents

You may have got a water infection.. sometimes it can make u feel like you really need to go and when you get there only a tiny bit comes out... or it will sting alot when it does.

i would go to your doctor sounds like diabetes

my dog was given a vetalog 6mg/ml per ml injection, now cant control bladder when i am gone.?

Then i was given proin 50mg chewable tablets for him and he just started leaving huge puddles of urine and poop this time, before the tablets it was just urine. any advice? he is a irish pointer/aus. shep mix about 75lbs. and 7years old
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steroids are anti-inflammatory and they do cause dog to drink more and urinate more
because it was an injection of steroid and not pills, it can take a while (1-3 weeks) before the levels get low enought and your pet returns to normal

My advice is to call the veterinarian and inform him of this and ask him your questions.

I really suggest going to a different vet, and pretty quickly. Peeing and pooping that much can dehydrate a dog fast, and badly. Collie type dogs are sensitive to certain medications, so it could partially be that. I would take any paperwork recording