I have used reflex voiding for the past 32 years and my last annual ultrasound showed some mild trabeculation of the bladder wall. I have visited the spinal unit in Brisbane Australia and the doctor wanted me to send the films directly to him so their urologist could go over this change. I had a sphincterotomy immediately postaccident. The ultrasound was done whilst sitting for the very first time and I would like to know whether this method is as good as lying down. Anyway I received another reminder letter for an annual ultrasound and would like to know whether I should insist I be laying down and if there is any difference between the 2 methods. As I am sending the films off to the urologist I want to use the best method for clarity.
It's probably time for a suprapubic catheter considering the bladder wall is thickening.
Thanks in advance.
Steve

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