THIS IS A REPOST. I'M 45 YRS. OLD. NO MATTER HOW MUCH I DRINK I SEEM TO HAVE TO URINATE 3-4 TIMES AN HOUR. I DO HAVE TO STRAIN ON URINATION. I HAD BOTH UROFLOW AND CYSTOSCOPY DONE. THE CYSTOSCOPY SHOWED A NARROW URETHRA WITH A UTI. THE UROFLOW SHOWS SLOW URINATION AND STRAINING TO GET STARTED. I HAVE HAD SEVERAL PROSTATE EXAMS ALL SHOWING AN ENLARGED PROSTATE. I AM DUE TO GO BACK TO UROLOGIST ON FRIDAY 11/15/13 TO SEE WHAT MY OPTIONS ARE. I AM ON DYCYCLOMINE FOR INFECTIONS AND DETROL FOR THE REST OF THE URINARY PROBLEMS. I FIND MYSELF SOMETIMES HAVING NIGHTTIME WETNESS FROM URINATING IN SLEEP. THIS ALSO HAPPENS SOMETIMES DURING THE DAY BUT RARELY. THIS HAS YET TO BE CONFIRMED IF IT'S UROLOGICAL OR FROM MY SEIZURES. THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT DIALATING MY URETHRA. WHAT DOES THIS DETAIL AND HOW AND WHERE WOULD IT BE DONE? ANYONE PLEASE ADVISE ME THAT MAY HAVE BEEN IN THE SAME CIRCUMSTANCE BEFORE.
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