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why everytime i am onboard in the plane i cant pass urine out and its just annoying?


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replied October 4th, 2014
Urinary and Bladder Disorders Answer A49481
Thank you for asking

It is not an organic disease. Heights do that to a person and anxiety may play a role in it. You can take some antispasmodics and anxiolytics being on board and pee before you board. 35 ml per hour filling will make you last for at least 6 hours before peeing on board.

Seek a urologist for urodynamics studies if the issue persisted.

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