Have to pee again after peeing

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  1. fak_et

    fak_et New Member

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    I been noticing lately, especially before bed, I feel like i have to pee after peeing. I think i developed a bad habit, before going to bed, i would make sure i was empty. Now i feel uncomfortable (feel like igotta pee a bit again) goin to bed if im not so I usually have to take a piss, then again in a couple mins to get a little bit more out.

    Do you think there is anything else going on or is it just a bad habit? I think its a habit because it only happens before i go to bed.
     
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    Could be many things, wouldn't hurt to see a doctor just to be sure everythings ok.
     
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    I had the same problem starting this past April, which only got worse. Every time I peed and got into bed, I was out of bed and having to pee 20 minutes later. This was happening every night, all night long, and eventually all day long too. I was also having difficulty getting the flow started, and was now having to sit down on the toilet instead of standing up to urinate. All the symptoms of BPH(enlarged prostate). I Finally went to the Urologist in late June. I'm 42 years old, so the obligatory and ever so popular DR exam of my prostate was given by the urologist, as was the madatory testing of my urine. No enlarged prostate was detected, but I did have microscopic hematuria(small amounts of blood in my urine). Next came the urine cytology testing and CAT scan of my lower abdomen at the hospital during the second week of July. No malignant cells were detected in the Cytology, which really is clinically meanignless, but again microscopic amounts of blood were detected in my urine. The CAT scan also revealed that no abnormalities, obstructions or stones were present. Many possibilities were tossed around by my urologist, including the possibilty of cancer of the bladder. So the only way to determine this, and rule out any of the other possibilities, was to have the always popular and extremely painful Cytoscopy performed on August 22. The final verdict after the Cytoscopy.... I did'nt have bladder cancer, polyps, narrowing of the urethra due to inner prostate growth, nor did I have any strictures. The only thing he did find was that I had a slightly inflammed two centimeter are of tissue at the top of the neck of my bladder, which is not that common, but they don't know what causes it. In other words it's not cancerous, nor is it considered an infection, but more like an allergic flare-up. After a three month treatment with 4 mg of Cardura things went back to normal. During the three month treatment, I had to go back for urine testing at the beginning of each month. Each test revealed that I was still having small amounts of blood in my urine, which did'nt concern the urologist since his diagnosis was now confirmed that I have Idiopathic Hematuria. I just one out of a small minority of men and women who just normally have microscopic amounts of blood in their urine. The final reccomendation was to drink a lot of water( I never ever drank just water, only iced tea, or some kind of soda. I was also told to cut down on caffeine, I don"t drink coffee, but I drank at lot of tea, soda, and ate a lot of chocolate. Once I did this, and along with the medication, I recoverd to almost being back to 100% of my old self. I now can get it up, and can even shoot a load a few feet further than I could before, which back before the problems began was always at least 6 feet, or over my head, and splattering the wall,lol.
    My advice to you. GO to a Urologist as SOON as possible. The testing may not be pleasant, but it sure is beatter to find out now if you have any major health issues, instead of waiting until it's too late.
     
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    The conformation of the bladder can make this happen, if there's a pocket (as it were) that stays full when the rest empties, then wants to empty when the rest has relaxed. At least that's how I understand it

    Another thing that can lead to this kind of effect is an enlarged prostate. If you're over about 40, it's very common for the prostate to enlarge. As the name Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy (BPH) implies this is NOT prostate cancer, but you need to have your doctor keep an eye on it.
     
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    18 here, so i dont think it is BPH although it could be related.

    It isn't like I can't pee or have trouble. It is like I go and i feel like i gotta go again in a few mins.
     
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    Been happening to me for as long as I can remember. Even as a kid half the tinme I could pee and then pee again a minute late.

    You should have a doctor should check you out. I suspect a minor physiological abnormality but no disease.
     
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    Try sitting down while you pee... it has been recommended to me by several doctors, as one can't empty the bladder fully when standing...
     
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    Go to a urologist, my kidney stones do the EXACT same thing to me. Since I have started passing boulders again, I have had some of the same troubles ( in fact I just peed, maybe 10 minutes ago, and am debating about going back). Even passing small stones that you don't even know were there can make the sensation stronger. I should know. Oddly enough, I passed a 7 mm stone in May, didn't even know i had passed it, until i saw something in the bottom of the toilet, but the sensation that I needed to pee lasted for about 3 days.
     
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    As someone who's always had an unpredictable (and certainly not strong) bladder I would say that the symptoms you describe were probably nothing to worry about unduly. However if you're at all worried or concerned, make an appointment with your doctor who can refer you to a urologist if he thinks it's necessary. If you're overall need to pee has become much more frequent it certainly merits investigation as it could be indicative of a prostate enlargement or, if accompanied by thirst, the onset of diabetes. Don't be alarmed by either because if detected at an early stage they're both usually relatively easy problems to treat. Good luck.
     
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    i don't this this is that uncommon, it happened to me when i was 10 y.o for the first time and it's something i've learned to deal with, of course, it is always wise to go see a doctor about such things.
     
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    It could be kidney stones or even a bladder stone - I have a bladder stone which I have to go in for surgery to have removed - I WAITED TO LONG. Get yourself to a urologist and get it figured out. Better to deal with the expense now rather than later!!!
     
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    IT could also be that you are drinking too much water.
     
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