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If you have COPD it is likely your muscles are weak, and this includes the bladder and anal sphincter muscles.www.rationaltechnologies.com
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Hi Cant see how otherwise it would show up. but do suggest you get along to your ER they will be able to help move your big build up away for you...
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Hi The big part of your problem is incontience, has your doctor not told you to start doing these, shame on him/her, as you see below it’s a good way...
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Hi This is from livestrong.com.Losing control of your bladder or bowel functions, also called incontinence, can happen for many reasons. Incontinence...
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Hi I do think its time to go see your heart surgeon, as this would be a good place to start your search for an answer, ASAPIts tests you need far...
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It makes sense to me, and it fits the facts.  Do you know why you are making so many, though?  You may want to adjust your diet or ensure...
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Hi I think the ER would be a better choice and get some tests done ASAPGood Luck
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you are probably having cramps in your legs, should let some you trust rub your leg for a couple of minutes then walk on it
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It's tough for us to know if it's stuck or not.  You might want to try drinking a bunch of water to try and flush it through.
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Hi Its still the same answer, just make sure you urinate before you masturbate, all very simple.But if you urine is yellow that means you not...
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Urinary tract infections can cause urgency while you are actually infected, but this isn't a common after effect.  Leakage can happen...
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When you are given medical advice it is generally because the physician knows what is best for your health.  I would recommend following it and...
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Hi, It could be this, Paresthesia, its an abnormal sensation, typically tingling or pricking (‘pins and needles’), caused chiefly by pressure on or...
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I would say that visceral fat (fat inside the abdomen, around the organs) could be causing this except for the fact that the discomfort eases when...
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Duplicate post.
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