Hi doctor, about 5 months ago I was diagnosed with Guillain-Barre syndrome in a not very severe form. Admitted to a hospital, after a week of immunoglobulins, I was taken to a rehabilitation center where I returned to an acceptable state of health in a month. The improvements continued, more and more tired than usual, but now I’m back to optimal physical condition. However, I still have a urinary problem to solve. From the first symptoms, a difficulty appeared in the emptying of the bladder and in the sexual activity. After a urological examination, I was prescribed Omnic which partly improves my urination even though it does not bring it to a normal level. But it’s been almost six months, every time you try to quit with Omnic the situation worsens dramatically. What should I do? Since it is not a muscle for which rehabilitation can be done, what is the recovery time of a bladder in a similar case? My fear is that of not being able to recover my urinary and sexual capacity to 100%. I would very much like your opinion. Thanks for your attention. Sincerely yours.
Dear user, if Omnic makes you urinate well, it could also be that you will have to continue to take it always. Omnic, from a sexual point of view, only involves retrograde ejaculation, while not affecting an erection. To improve sexual activity, an andrological examination is recommended to evaluate the possibility of associating a 5-phosphodiesterase inhibitor with Omnic (Viagra, Levitra, Cialis, Spedra). Otherwise, to fully understand the problem of your altered voiding dynamics, you should perform a complete urodynamic examination (study P / F) to assess whether there is a deficit of detrusor contraction or a cervico-prostatic obstruction.