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I've sort of alluded to this before here but never really had the question answered. Here's my problem:
Middle of the night. 2 a.m. (like right now). The stream is nowhere near what is in the middle of the day. i.e. It's as if the prostate has a grip on the pipeline such that 5 minutes or longer at the toilet (sitting, for the time involved), is standard -- and for a fairly paltry volume of urine intermittently released in short squirts.
2 hrs later, up again with the same routine.
DAYTIME, though, not so bad -- though hardly a gusher. At least the stream is there within seconds of the brain ordering it.
That's in the daytime.
But in the middle of the night awakened from sleep , good luck. Again, 5 minutes or longer of nothing...then a dribble...then nothing...then another dribble. And on and on.
Anyone experience similar? I am not TURP inclined right now and can handle the annoyance...but left wondering: Why daytime and nighttime differences? (My uro essentially dodges the question.)
Thanks for any input.
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