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In many of the discussions, diagnostic tests to determine best course of action for dealing with LUTS have been discussed. These all occurred after I had already decided on PAE, so I only paid a little attention to those posts. I've now been contacted by a friend of a friend who has pretty bad LUTS, and I offered to track down this info for him. He's had a couple of complete retention episodes requiring a Foley catheter, is up 2 to 6 times a night, and has great frequency and urgency during the day (even taking tamsulosin). What tests are advisable? Are any invasive? Thanks!
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