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Old 03-23-2011, 11:44 AM   #1
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recently switched to 10 mg Opana ER 2x day with 7.5 mg percocet for BT meds. I also at the same time noticed an embarrassing problem when needed to releive myself. By the time I get to stall and try to unbotton pants or lift up skirt / dress I "start" the stream. I can stop it but it is unnerving to have it happen to begin with. Is this from the medication itself "numbing the urge" so to speak ? No infection signe were seen at physical with PCP

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Old 03-24-2011, 05:22 AM   #2
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Re: incontenance

i also take opana 40 ER and opana IR 10mg and have the same problem-i think it is triggered by the amount of pain i am in-I'm pretty sure -- it started before opana-i had an incident where i lost control of both bowel and bladder now it is my bladder and it is controlled by the amount of pain i am in=just when i am about to be worked up for that i had accident where i was thrown from vehicle now i already am on ssdi for bad herniated discs and tearing inspine causing radiating pain-now have avulsion fracture rt leg and re-injured spine and pain is pretty terrible and controlling my bladder cant be done=i feel like a ball of solid pain-the pain medicine makes it a little more bearable but i am really miserable-have this giant air cast splint thing on my leg which is so heavy. but sorry got off track about bladder control, my point was i believe it is related to the amount of pain i am in-does this sound familiar? Do you notice you are in alot of pain when you have bladder control problem or not?
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