Hi i recently started taking suboxone for about a week and a half and i find it really hard to urinate. Anyone know why and have tips for me to urinate easier? Ita always beenbhard to pee on opiates but this is even harder and it getting kinda ridiculous thank you
30 Dec 2011
Hi and welcome. I, too, had difficulty urinating initially upon starting subs. It does get better. A tip I tried was one I used after my hysterectomy. Pouring warm water helps. Also, running water and drinking LOTS of fluids.
I hope this helps. Hang in their. Your bladder will get over its shyness.
Best of luck,
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