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Worrying problem. Weak Bladder..(Pee problems)

Worrying problem. Weak Bladder..(Pee problems)

Hi everyone my doctors sometimes just doesn’t seem to have time for me to really answer me and I’m so worried about this problem which I have had for 22 years.

My problem: peeing

All my life I have been able to pee better SITTING, than standing.

I never wanted to talk about this with anyone but this year it had to stop ( I know I did wrong about this, but I have hopes that it not too late. )

That said, I can’t pee in public or with friends… I always have to do it the sneaky way.. find a place where I’m at peace and try doing it there.

I have gotten to think many times that this was mental, as a child I grew up to become a man really late and I always wished to be like the rest.

I have been going to the doctor for more than 6 months now, they take ages to do their test… After 4 different test the only thing the doctor tells me is that they have still have to do many more test, but what they know is that my bladder is weak.. that it doesn’t contract.. its floppy. Doc says that my stomach is the one doing the job that bladder should be doing, this is why I pee sitting better than standing.

So I’m witting here because I don’t know what else to do, maybe be lucky and find someone who has some more knowledge that can pass on to me, or maybe someone that has had this problem.

Anything I’ll appreciate it.

I believe that something is probably wrong inside me… but at this point of my life I believe I have developed a mental problem as well about this.

This really stresses me, makes me feel less of a man… and I’m really ashamed of being this way..

Thank you for listening.
Take care!

Bladder control really shouldn’t be too dependent on your physical condition, but how good shape are you in? Do you exercise? Have you ever tried doing kegels?

As far as not being able to pee in public, that is just shy bladder syndrome and many many guys, including myself, suffer from that. In public restrooms, I always go for the stall with a door and not the row of urinals.


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Originally Posted by gprent
Bladder control really shouldn’t be too dependent on your physical condition, but how good shape are you in? Do you exercise? Have you ever tried doing kegels?

As far as not being able to pee in public, that is just shy bladder syndrome and many many guys, including myself, suffer from that. In public restrooms, I always go for the stall with a door and not the row of urinals.

I’m in great shape, I’m 1 80cm’s. weight 68 kg’s… so I’m about the ideal shape maybe even a bit skinny.

I do a lot of exercise and gym so it shouldn’t be anything related to physical.

I’m ok with my penis size, many pe’ers would consider it above average.. before I wasn’t because I grew up very late this could be some of the reason.

Bladder shy… maybe I’m categorized there.. but even in the stall with a door I’d have to really concentrate and even sit for pee to come out… the slightest sounds or thought about someone noticing what I was doing and aware of my problem can easily ruin my chance of peeing standing.

I do kegels as well, this doesn’t seem to help out at all (for peeing)

thanks.

What gprent says.

Although they may not be in the same mens’ room stall with you (thank God!) there are many guys in the same boat.

If you can get your doctors organized, there are now many drugs on the market - at least here in the US - which can offer you much more bladder control.

You know? For as advanced as you Europeans are culturally, your health care system sure leaves something to be desired.


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avocet8

Originally Posted by avocet8
What gprent says.

Although they may not be in the same mens’ room stall with you (thank God!) there are many guys in the same boat.

If you can get your doctors organized, there are now many drugs on the market - at least here in the US - which can offer you much more bladder control.

You know? For as advanced as you Europeans are culturally, your health care system sure leaves something to be desired.

Tell me about it… especially here in Spain. But that isn’t going to help me since its not something I can do anything about.

I have never used drugs for anything and if possible I would like to keep it that way, any exercises physical or mental that anyone know about which could help me ?

Originally Posted by avocet8
What gprent says.

Although they may not be in the same mens’ room stall with you (thank God!) there are many guys in the same boat.

If you can get your doctors organized, there are now many drugs on the market - at least here in the US - which can offer you much more bladder control.

You know? For as advanced as you Europeans are culturally, your health care system sure leaves something to be desired.

I think the trouble in Europe is that “these things” are not really talked about.

Even to the point that Doctors (In the UK at least) will rarely allow the patient to take his shsirt off even. You have to lift it up. for a stethoscope listen in,.

Probably all to do with the “Sexual Assault Syndrome”

You could try a search on the net to see what is available - But beware the Patent Pills People.


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