Welcome to the Urethral Stricture Support blog. These pages are intended to assist those with questions regarding the disease, expected outcomes, resources, and emotional and informational support. AT NO TIME WILL MEDICAL ADVICE OF ANY KIND BE RENDERED. With your permission, your commentary may be included within the topics discussed within this forum. Moderators Cesar and Tim have a combined 50 years (celebrating a half-century of difficult urination) of experience in living with, dealing with, and overcoming what is broadly considered a disease with a high rate of morbidity. We have experienced every common surgical and instrumental "fix"/"repair" offered including the implantation of the Urolume Endoprosthesis. Both moderators have experience with the Urolume Endoprosthesis. To the best of our knowledge, this is the first and only such support group anywhere. Please, do not be afraid or embarrassed to ask any question with regards to your diagnosis. We encourage you to discuss any and all information offered within this blog with your Urologist. A proactive and informed patient usually receives the best care.

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Sunday, August 12, 2012

Update for the week of 12 August 2012

My local pharmacist and friend, who last year co-authored two posts about antibiotics and antibacterials, has urged me to address antibiotic resistance. It is his understanding that UTI's are becoming increasingly tolerant to treatment, some to the point of having to either utilize multiple agents, or IV infusion (first dose in hospital, then in-home administration).

This week, he will again co-author an article in cooperation with "Dr. Rob", a podiatrist, and expert on the  pathology of bacteria. He has authored several articles on the topic, some of which have been included in the Journal of Podiatry.

This will be useful information for all.

We are also considering linking with the Interstitial Cystitis Support Group, as some of our information, and theirs has the possibility of being mutually beneficial.

We're also working on uploading some items to the resources site.

Have a great week!!  BTW: Last week, we had a visitor from Iran!, welcome!!

Per: Moderator Tim

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