recovery from catheterization
by Carl Watner
(Inman SC USA)
I have had to use a catheter 3 times over the last 3 years.
During catheterization, the bladder is allowed to drain, and then the catheter is removed.
If the prostate is the cause of the blockage (squeezing on the urethra) then what happens after the catheter is removed? Why doesn't the prostate squeeze the urethra closed again?
Hope this question makes sense.
Prostate blockage can occur as a result of a food or supplement or medication input that triggers a prostate attack.
Once you use a catheter, it can often open the channel enough so that urine will flow after you remove the catheter.
You still have the conditions that caused the problem but just not as severe.
Time to learn about the causes, make changes to your diet, etc. Personal testing can help you learn which foods to avoid so that you can avoid a prostate attack.
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