If you have enough motor control to handle a catheter, clean intermittent dilatation (CID) is a safe and convenient way to treat your urethral strictures, regardless of your condition. The goal with CID is to improve your quality of life by giving you better control of the condition of your urinary tract and, thus, the emptying function of the bladder. While at the same time preventing kidney damage and complications such as residual urine and urinary tract infections (UTI’s).
Many people perform CID, sometimes even daily. As they will tell you, CID offers many advantages:
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