What happens during urodynamic testing for urinary problems?

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Before you begin urodynamic testing for urinary problems, your doctor will ask you to describe your symptoms and your personal health history. Later, in the urodynamic testing lab, you'll use a specially designed chair equipped with sensitive catheters that feed information from your bladder to a computer that records bladder volume, pressure, rate of flow, and leakage.

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