Oct 2, 2006
HIV Patient has lost bladder control and is continously driping.
Response from Dr. Conway
Loss of bladder control may be due to many things, only few of which have anything to do with HIV or its treatment. It is important that you see a doctor as soon as you can to be examined, to make sure there is no neurologic problem that may be causing this. You also need to get tests on your urine and blood to make sure the function of your kidneys is normal and you do not have an infection, among other things. You might need further tests (such as an ultrasound of your kidneys or even a cystoscopy) to identify the cause of the problem. Often times, this is something that can be fixed, but it is important to figure out the specific cause as soon as possible.
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