Some men might feel they need to rush to the bathroom to pass urine
and some might feel they are unable to empty their bladders fully.
"The specialist will take a detailed history and ask how often you pass urine
- and how much - as well as how much fluid you drink," explains Zaki.
But if diagnosed at the earliest stage this could increase to as much as 90%.** Common symptoms to be aware of in women include: Persistent pain in the tummy or |lower part of the tummy, Increased tummy size or feeling |bloated most days for three weeks, Feeling full quickly and/or loss of | |appetite, | Needing to pass urine
urgently | and/or more often than usual.
The tubes that pass urine
from the Kidneys down to the bladder are very tiny in all dogs and in a 4Kg puppy they are very small indeed.
Symptoms of this can include pain on passing urine, a need to pass urine
more often, and also pelvic pain.
Doctors went on to insert a catheter to allow him to pass urine
, before allowing him to go home.
And if you don't get it treated you'll suffer frequent infections, find it hard to pass urine
or may need an emergency operation.
"I would urge any men who finding themselves having to rush to the toilet to pass urine
, having difficulty in passing urine, or passing urine more often than usual, especially at night, to make an appointment to see their GP."
"Few men are aware that signs include a sense of urgency to pass urine
, passing urine more often, with pain or passing blood.
# Frequent need to urinate, especially at night # Difficulty starting to urinate # Straining to pass urine
#Taking a long time to urinate #Having a weak flow # Getting the feeling that your bladder has not emptied properly when you have finished urinating # Dribbling after urination is complete # Pain or discomfort on passing urine #Lower back pain #Pain in the pelvis, hips or thighs #Impotence #Blood in the urine Prostate Cancer Week runs from March 21-27.
Possible symptoms include difficulty in starting to pass urine
, a frequent or urgent need to pass urine
- including getting up in the night - or feeling the bladder is not completely empty.
A: MANY women find that they may pass urine
more frequently when they are pregnant due to the baby pressing onto the bladder.