I am 44 year old female. I had a hysterctomy (partial, one ovory. ) Had cycist and endometriosis. 8 weeks ago and for the last 5 1/2 weeks I have had a hard time urinating. I always feel like I have to go but when I do I have to push or strain to pee and it is only a little. I was leaking since the surgery, but the doctor put me on a drug to stop bladder spasms and I don't leak, but he says there is nothing else wrong. I know there is because the pain is as bad as it was prior to surgery. There is a lot of pressure and discomfort. I have been checked last week for urinary infection, none. Also doctor had me self catherize myself and I could only get a small amount out and a few minutes later I set down and could pee a little more. Help Thank you
You may consult with a urologist regarding your condition.
Straining during urination is not normal and requires further assessment. If present with a decrease in urine flow and dribbling of urine, this may suggest an obstruction in the urinary tract most likely the bladder. A history of prior surgery is significant. Discuss this with a urologist for further assessment.
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