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What is a uroflometry test?

Jill Rabin
OBGYN (Obstetrics & Gynecology)
A uroflowmetry test may be the first test performed to ensure that you aren’t abnormally retaining urine. Urine retention may be due to a problem with the nerves controlling the bladder and the pelvic floor or due to a bladder obstruction. A flowmeter measures the quantity of fluid voided per unit of times, which should be more than 10 cc per second for women.
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