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Every hour I have to go to the toilet. My bladder isn't fully and nothing much comes out. But the need to go is unbearable. It's all I can think about even 20 minutes after having gone. I am 36 years old and have never really had a strong bladder. But in the past month it's gotten a lot worse.
I had to come home from work today the problem is so bad. I've also told them not to expect me back until I can get a handle on the problem.
On monday I'm going to register at my local clinic. Luckily it's less than a 10 minute walk!
I've read a few stories on here and the treatments being offered (TURP and Prostate massage) don't appear to help at all.
I'm not in any pain, I don't wake up in the night wanting to piss, but there is something pushing down on my bladder.
I am very careful with my diet being a vegetarian. For a few weeks I went without carbs and thought my problem might be due to this, so I stopped and started eating carbs again. This didn't work.
If I am diagnosed with an enlarged prostate and didn't want to suffer with this for the rest of my life. Would a removal of the prostate 'cure' the bladder problem?
How are sufferers able to work when in constant need of the toilet. My work doesn't allow me free access to the toilet except on scheduled breaks. Has anyone worn an adult diaper and if so was it effective in holding a reasonable amount of liquid?
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