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    looking for a removeable condo cather

    I'm a t7 incomplete and I have sensation of when I need o go. But when I need to go, i usually on ly have like 5 mins max before it all comes out. I'm wondering if there's a condom cath I can just use when I need. Like maybe something that I can plug into a legbag only when I need.The ones that you wear all day are very uncomfortable and make it difficult for me to empty all the way. Thanks!

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    I have never used these and don't know anyone who has, but I remembered seeing these in a catalog of urological products and supplies.

    http://stores.allstarmobility.com/-s...Categories.bok

    You could try searching the internet for reusable external catheters.

    All the best,
    GJ

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    Quote Originally Posted by gjnl View Post
    I have never used these and don't know anyone who has, but I remembered seeing these in a catalog of urological products and supplies.

    http://stores.allstarmobility.com/-s...Categories.bok

    You could try searching the internet for reusable external catheters.

    All the best,
    GJ
    has anyone used this? how does it work?!

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    condom caths

    Dear emanshiu,

    There are many types of condom catheters out there. I have one patient who really hated the type that the pharmacy only had in stock, so he searched the internet and found one that did not adhere to the shaft of his penis. I cannot recall the brand name.

    pbr

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