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Urinary retention is the inability to empty the bladder. With chronic urinary retention, you may be able to urinate, but you have trouble starting a stream or emptying your bladder completely. You may urinate frequently; you may feel an urgent need to urinate but have little success when you get to the toilet; or you may feel you still have to go after you’ve finished urinating. With acute urinary retention, you can’t urinate at all, even though you have a full bladder. Acute urinary retention is a medical emergency requiring prompt action. Chronic urinary retention may not seem life threatening, but it can lead to serious problems and should also receive attention from a health professional.
TUNA therapy results in significantly reduced erectile dysfunction

TUNA therapy results in significantly reduced erectile dysfunction

Sexual Dysfunction in benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) twice as high as physicians estimate

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Alfuzosin, new treatment for Acute Urinary Retention

Alfuzosin, new treatment for Acute Urinary Retention