D. G., a 68-year-old gentleman, presents with nocturia and increasing urinary urgency. He is on no medications and has been in good health. He must get up at night at least every 2 hours and finds it difficult to sit through an entire meeting without making a hasty exit for the restroom. He must strain to initiate urination and has found the urinary stream to be less forceful. D. G. presents to his physician asking if anything can be done to alleviate his distressing symptoms.
KeywordsObstructive Sleep Apnea Watchful Waiting Sensory Peripheral Neuropathy Pleuritic Chest Pain Office Nurse
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