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Introduction to the urodynamic test

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What is the urodynamic test?

The urodynamic test is the most important and most practical diagnostic test for evaluating the lower urinary tract function including the bladder and pelvic floor muscles.

The urodynamic test can be recommended for:

·      Frequent urination

·      Urgency

·      Types of urinary incontinence

·      Urination problems

·      Dysuria

·      Enuresis

·      Overactive bladder

·      Urethral sphincter dysfunction


·      No fasting is required

·      No urinary tract infection (negative urine culture)

·      Full bladder

·      Discontinue urinary disorder medications at least 48 hours before testing

·      No consumption of bloating and heavy foods the night before or the same day breakfast

·      Complete defecation, especially in those with digestive problems such as fecal incontinence or constipation (it is advisable to use Bisacodyl suppository the night before)

Post-Discharge Training

Visit a doctor in the case of fever and chills for up to 72 hours after the test.

Consume antibiotics correctly and timely.

Drugs that should be discontinued two days before the test:

·      Oxybutynin

·      Tolterodine - Detrusitol

·      Solifenacin - Vsol - Urinacin - Vesicare

·      Imipramine - Amitriptyline

·      Baclofen - Duloxetine - Eurocollin (Bethanecol)

Complications of the Urodynamic Test:

Rarely, urinary tract infection occurs after this test; thus, preventive antibiotics are prescribed.

Dysuria may be normal for up to 72 hours after the test, which can be quickly resolved by adequate consumption of fluids and sedative drinks.

Rarely, blood is seen in the urine.

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