There are plenty of factors or conditions that may affect the bladder and a man's ability to pass urine in conventional ways: prostate enlargement, injury to the spinal cord, urethral strictures and the presence of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) to name a few. With so many variables at play, it’s no wonder why men have their own set of needs to be met when finding the best program for his body.
In this section, explore some of the many reasons why someone might need help completely emptying the bladder, plus gain some expert advice on how to make a catheterization regimen work for you. With a little time and practice, you’ll find that managing your bladder can make life run the way it’s supposed to: on your terms.
Men and LUTS
What kind of indications are associated with Lower Urinay Tract Symptoms (LUTS)? Here are some basics that all men should know, and signs to look out for.
The flow of urine can be impeded by strictures, causing difficulties in emptying the bladder. Regularly dilating the urethra can clear its path.
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