I was wondering what I can do to help me go to the bathroom.
Today, I have drank
2 cups of coffe
2 9oz bottles of water
1 32 fl oz of gaterade
1 cups hot chocoate
1 glass of pepsi and I have only gone to the bathroom 3 times. I feel like I need to pee but I can't. I have had really bad pain in my back and right side below my rib for about a month now.
I have had a CT scan of ovaries, uterus, and apendix. I have had blood drawn for Kidney stones, sugar levels. 1 day the results came back with a UTI and the next day a different doctor said NO UTI.
I finished my medicine for a UTI anyways a week ago, and I am still not better. Was tested Friday and I do not have a UTI anymore. They did a sono of my Kidneys and Bladder and I am still waiting for the results.
Is this an MS thing? If so, I am not showing any new lessions. Can this be? Which area of the brain control this?
My problem is that I can't completely empty my bladder all the way. Some days I go fine and other times I don't hardly go at all.
If this is a bladder MS thing, what do they do for this?
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