Backstretching for 15 minutes, twice, made my Nocturnia low-pressure pee clear up

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Don't see the photo attachment, as I create this thread, in the new format in these forums, but hope it shows up.

Made CIC-ing unnecessary.

Seems having the very bloody experience with speedy caths good for me, after all, because I was forced to come up with an alternative.

I'm all normal now, thanks!

Btw, this is a follow up of my Mr. Nocturnia thread with more details.

My bladder got a little congested this morning due to the turkey dinner and spicy lunch yesterday.

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    Wow Bob! You sure find some amazing things to help you. Long may it continue!!

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    I I can't see the image.

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      Hi, sorry, I've tried every which way to upload the picture on their new layout.

      Here's a link to an image, found thru an image search:

      Moderator comment:I have deleted the links to the images as they went to a site unsuitable for inclusion in the forums. Users can upload images directly to this site by using the icon at the top right of reply boxes.

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      Sorry, I give up. Was able to upload 2 photos in the Hypertension forum by creating a new thread, but I am unable to upload photos in this forum. Cheers!

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    What is backstretching? How does that help? What do you do?

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    What is this back stretch? Can you describe without violating these idiotic "no link" rules.

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    So bob31550 hasn't return to tell us about this procedure. Didn't he do this in another thread?

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