MRW I realize I got the wrong size catheter.
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Lucy wants to silence the debate on the catheter (TW: last two slides are nasty) reddit.com/gallery/kfoqem
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Catheter

I cried when I was intubated. My lungs had started failing, they determined that was Covid positive.

It hurt, obviously, like swallowing a large pipe. I felt the air pump into my chest, and although it was refreshing to fill my lungs all the way, I could hardly move my neck without major strain.

The nursing aide came in, flashed his badge, and gave me a pitiful look.

β€œI have to put your catheter in. This is gonna hurt, and I’m sorry, but I’ll get this over as fast as I can.” He promised me.

I nodded as much as my neck would allow. The aide was not lying, it felt a hundred times worse than the intubator. That feeling you get after pissing after holding it in for hours? Imagine the exact opposite of that, and SOLID.

Also, the male urethra is so much longer than you think. It just kept going and going, and I wondered if he even had enough tubes to reach the bladder.Β Tears rolled down my face as it began to burn. It must have been recently cleaned, the antiseptic felt like it was melting the inside of my groin.

There was an announcement overhead, something about a security alarm, but I was in too much pain to focus on it. I whimpered, I could yell or speak due to the intubator, and the CNA offered me a pitiful grin.

β€œI know, I cringe every time I put one of these in.” He turned to leave.

The pain worsened from a dull ache to a roaring burn. Maybe he hadn’t wiped it down after cleaning it with antiseptic? I hit the call light, hoping the nurse could come do something about it.

It took her awhile to get to my room, and she looked stressed out. The hospital was full, so that seemed pretty on-brand.

β€œSorry that took so long.” She sat in the chair, looking like she needed a nap. β€œThere’s a security alert, some monster is running into peoples rooms, injecting their IV’s with bleach. What kind of person would…” She turned her attention to my drip, and seeing it untainted, turned her attention to me. β€œWhat can I help you with, Josh?”

I pointed to my crotch, rolling my eyes at my embarrassment, and inability to articulate the issue.

β€œOh yeah, sorry, we can put your catheter in soon, we’ve just fallen really behind.”

I muffled a yell into the intubator, pointing frantically at my groin.

β€œDid you have an accident, it’s okay, Josh, I’ve seen wor-” She lifted the blanket. β€œOh, they put it in already, good, I-.” She cut herself off, following the catheter down, seeing it was dark red, as if full of blood.

The nurses face turned white

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Want me to take all the violent, sexually inappropriate and rude patients while practicing as a walking hoyer lift for the unit? Fine. You’re doing all my female catheters.

Exactly that. I see you passing all the women at the nurse station hoping to catch eyes with the only male nurse so you can ask me to β€œhelp with a boost” for the 400th time today. You (female nurses) are all guilty of it.

Yes I am generalizing. Sue me.

Sure..Assign me that gross patient and pretend I’ll perfectly happy taking on a patient you’re not comfortable with because he said your butt looks cute. Guess what, he thinks mine is too.

I know the tricks. I’m a dude, that’s the way it goes. I get it and accept it as that’s just what happens when you enter a profession dominated by the opposite sex.

That said, your ass better be willing to handle any gynecological tasks that come my way to make up for my ever broken back as well as my willingness to be sexually harassed by the same patient who harassed you.

That’s my rant. I said what I said. Leave your hate below.

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TIL in addition to bifocals, the lighting rod and Franklin stove Benjamin Franklin also invented swim fins and the flexible urinary catheter for his brother who suffered from bladder stones. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tim…
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TIL that an Epidural isn't a shot but actually a catheter that stays in your back! parents.com/pregnancy/giv…
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the second I saw this image all I could think about was a certain type of catheter at work
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Made a case for my catheters reddit.com/gallery/kj7uf9
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Catheter terminology

I have a friend who is a human phlebotomist, who tells me that in the human medical field, if you only say "catheter," the assumption is "urinary catheter."

Now, I haven't looked into whether this is true or they were pulling my leg, but I do know that the opposite is true in my clinic: We place so many more IV catheters than urinary ones, the assumption usually is that "catheter" refers to the IV kind.

Which makes me curious: What's your ratio like? Do you refer to one or the other just generally as a catheter, or do you specify in every case?

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At a local restaurant and I promise this read catheter at first....and second glance 😞 I need a vacation
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Getting an arterial catheter in a 2.6 kg puppy is always a good feeling!
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ILPT idea. Using a catheter and injecting fake urine into your bladder

The ultimate strat to passing a drug test? Dehydrate to reduce excreted urine that enters bladders then empty your bladder and fill with fake pee before taking the test. Even if someone watches you piss they will still be fooled. Besides who would be desperate enough?

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TIL the system for choosing a catheter size is the French Scale where 1 French is 0.33mm en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fre…
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how hard is it to get a catheter?

I don't know if this is a good method to use but I have strongly considered getting a catheter as a safe tool to use in case of emergency. I feel it will give me peace of mind that I have some way of relieving myself incase I lock up or need to travel on road trips or airplane rides. I live in California and I don't exactly know how to get one. I'm worried that my doctor won't give me one for no reason and also I don't know how much it would cost I currently don't have insurance (will be getting it soon tho). Also if anyone has used one before, how hard is it to use, and does it hurt.

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My Fuzzy boy suffers from Urinary issues. He had a blockage back in April and we put him on a special diet. Yesterday, I had to bring him into an Emergency Veterinary Hospital 2 hours away in a snowstorm because he needed a catheter & my hometown vet was closing for New Years.
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I had to put down my best friend last night. He was very ill and it would only bring pain on him and myself to try and heal him. I buried him beneath a tree and planted a garden beside him. His name was Bucket, I held him from catheter to grave. reddit.com/gallery/k11sn1
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Foley catheter tube over or under a patients leg in bed?

Non-nurse here. I’ve always wondered which is correct. Should a foley cath tube go under a patients leg or over it when the patient is in bed? I usually find it over but that seems to promote β€œstagnant” urine in the proximal tube compared to under.

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Experience with cats and urinary catheters?

My cat had to have a catheter and overnight hospital stay for a urinary blockage and is now out of the hospital , no more blockage, however I have to give him about 5 pills twice a day for aftercare and pain relief. However each day he has been getting smarter about the medication and now appears to be protesting (knocking his litter box over, peeing around the house and no longer eating his new special food, as it had pills in it) he has also been on bladder relaxants which seem to make him pee himself sometimes, and now has matted fur all around his backside, and I don’t know what to do about it? Does anyone have advice for having to give your cat multiple pills at a time and helping to clean it, and also how to stop him protesting? He’s used to being outdoors a lot of the day and obviously isn’t allowed out for the next week or so . Thanks

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The exact moment I came back from the toilet after urinating by myself resulting in the nurse taking her catheter and threats elsewhere. (Circa 2018)
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β€œHello sir! I’m here to place a Foley catheter!”
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I don't know where all your catheter lube went grandma, stop asking.
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Catheter cowboy for Halloween!
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β€œJack, baby me and you’ll be peeing through a catheter” iconic I’m so happy it’s finally here! β€οΈπŸ‘½
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What is the difference between a cannula and a catheter, or are they the same thing?

Specifically, the difference between an IV cannula and an IV catheter.

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Difficulty with female catheter

Hey guys So weird question here, but what do you do when you can't find a womans urethra? I swear some women don't seem to have one, I mean they obviously must do but it certainly doesn't look like it and it isn't where I expect it to be. What's going on here and is there anything I can do to help find the damned thing?

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Got my PD catheter today. A bit sore, but feeling good.

Today was the day. Surgery started bright and early and everyone at the surgery center was super nice. I’m sore and there’s more wounds in my abdomen than I thought I would have, but it sure beats the alternative. I’ve been telling all my family and friends that this is the first step toward me becoming a bionic man. LOL I’m gonna start looking at capes and costumes.

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r/Urinary_catheters Lounge

A place for members of r/Urinary_catheters to chat with each other

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Thoracotomy vs Catheter Pericardiocentesis for Traumatic Cardiac Tamponade

Med student here.

Theoretically, Catheter pericardiocentesis seems to be far more convenient than a thoracotomy in a traumatized patient with cardiac tamponade. In which occasion ED thoracotomy is even considered and what is the rationale?

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I had to tell them that they put the catheter in the wrong hole

So a couple of weeks back a had laparoscopic surgery. And after coming out of anesthesiatic I discovered I was unable to pee. So the decision was made to give me a urinary catheter for a week. It took 2 nurses and a doctor to be able to put it in! At one point they had to ask me if it felt like it was in the right hole because they were not sure. They finally did it after 3 attempts but I ended up getting a UTI because of it They insisted that it was not their fault and I now have " difficult to fit a catheter" on my medical records

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Catheter to Fistula

Anyone have experience going from chest catheter to fistula at dialysis? What can I expect? Thank you ❀️

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Urinary catheter necessary for bisalp?

For your bilateral salpingectomies, were you given a urinary catheter? My surgery is soon and I’m hoping I won’t need one. πŸ˜…

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β€˜Fake’ Author Rap Sinks Shares of Catheter-Maker Penumbra bloomberg.com/news/articl…
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Liberator Medical Catheter Advertisement

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There are so many innovative catheters to upgrade to. Call Liberator Medical for your free, personalized sample pack. Get the best catheter for you.

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TIL that ancient physicians were using metal and bone urinary catheters as early as 2000 years ago jurolsurgery.org/archives…
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How to prevent a suprapubic catheter from forming bladder stones?

M - 24

Due to Caudal Regression Syndrome my lower body isn't fully developed. At the age of five a suprapubic catheter was inserted however this causes reoccurring bladder stones. Is there anything I can do to prevent/remove the bladder stones without doing Lithotripsy every two or three years?

Thank you for reading.

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Today some doctors sent a catheter to my left arm via my right leg (yes I was awake)
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what to expect after catheter removal?

hi everyone. F20, and i’ve been suffering from ongoing bladder issues the last 7 months (urgency, frequency, difficulty starting stream, would have to always strain, weak urine flow, etc).

i recently experienced acute urine retention and had a catheter in place for 2 weeks, which was removed today. i can pee, but it’s hard work; it requires a lot of straining, mental calmness and the tap must be on. having a fuller bladder and strong urge definitely helps, but i’ve found that my urges to urinate are really dulled compared to beforehand, when i’d get an INTENSE urge every 45mins or so. my bladder muscles also just feel SO weak, lazy and tired. my muscles definitely feel too lazy to pee, which i think leads to more straining.

i had some quick questions, because i’m trying to unravel what things are the effect of the catheter and what things are the effect of my own body.

  • is it normal for most people (even those without bladder issues) to find passing urine, after a catheter, difficult?

  • how long would a regular person (with no bladder issues) anticipate that weak bladder muscles should last for?

  • i’ve been having a lot of lower back pain today, after removal of the catheter. is that normal? sometimes i keep on getting a dull but sharp pain from my urethra, too

  • i have a very slight urge to pee at the moment, but i know if i push, nothing will come out. i keep a track of the ml of fluid intake and outflow and know my bladder is only going to be around 50ml full, tops. so, would it be okay for me to ignore these urges? or would it damage the bladder?

thanks so much for any insight from anyone at all, regardless of whether you’re an expert or also have personal experience. thank you

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Any advice for when IV catheters won’t advance ?

This is driving me crazy. I’d say that after lots of practice and study and time, I’m a very good blood drawer. But I’m just only OK with IV catheters. The trouble for me is never finding or hitting the vein, it’s simply that it won’t thread through - a one way valve, scar tissue, a narrowing in the vein some way, who knows, prevents the catheter from threading through.

I make sure to be firm but smooth in the placement. I tend to start low on the leg so if I blow it, we can move up. But lately I’ve been just going for the most prominent part of the vein and I’ve been more successful. I leave the catheter that didn’t thread in and move up the leg while placing another above it to prevent it from blowing. One person said they can β€œpush through” the narrowing with the stylet, but I have yet to be successful with this.

I’ve asked my experienced docs who are really good at IVs, and they both just say it happens and you just place another one. They said it doesn’t happen to me more than anyone else, but I feel like it does! It just drives me nuts not to get it in. I also won’t push it - if I can’t get it in, I hand it over to someone else, even though I’d love to keep trying.

Any tricks or advice?

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My Journey Through Prostate Cancer Ep 18 First night without Catheter an... youtube.com/watch?v=ItkOp…
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I made a subreddit for urinary catheters. Come check it out if you work with catheters know someone who has one or have one yourself! reddit.com/r/Urinary_cath…
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Scared to death of epidural and catheter. Gotta love having a medical phobia

I don’t think I can cope with giving birth unmedicated, but when I think about the reality of medication, I fall into a full blown panic

I’m TERRIFIED of needles. I do okay with blood draws and (sort of) IVs in my arm but the concept of an epidural makes me cry every time I think of it.

I think I’m even more scared of the catheter than an epidural. The inches of tube and the balloon make me want to absolutely scream. I know they do it once the epidural has you numb, but I’m scared out of my mind of the removal.

I’m almost 34 weeks and I know time is ticking. And every day I get more antsy and scared, and I’m a crying mess over it all.

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I just made a reddit for people that use or work with people that have urinary catheters. Check it out! reddit.com/r/Urinary_cath…
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I finally got to insert a catheter today!

I'm literally about to graduate and I'm just now doing some of these real world skills. Anyway it went really well. That is all.

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Any advice for finding a job with a chest catheter?

I'm just turned 25 last friday and came out of remission and got put on dialysis about 3 weeks ago. Anyone have some tips on getting back into the work force? I was on contract at my last job and had to be taken to the ER in the middle of my shift. When I told them I need to leave at 1 to catch my 2pm treatments on certain days, they let me go. really struggling to pay rent until disability gets filed.

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My mom is trying to order catheters...instead of contacting the company, she somehow FB messaged her order to me!
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FTM birth story. 40+4 weeks, anhydramnion, balloon catheter, fetal distress, very happy ending.

On Wednesday I was 40+3 weeks, feeling good all day, finally printed and put in an album our wedding photos and pictures from the bump photo shoot. Around 6pm the little one started kicking. It felt somewhat different, he was kicking with a lot more force than usually, the kicking went on for the next 2.5 hours. Around 9:30 I was starting to feel a bit worried because usually he doesn’t have activity periods that last as long, but I tried to convince myself that kicking is a good sign. And I probably would have succeeded at calming myself if it wasn’t for my dog who has following me everywhere I went and constantly whining. Around 10pm I decided to call my midwife just to make sure she thought everything was fine too. She told me that if I think something is off, I should go to the maternity hospital to get babies heart rate looked at.

I arrived around 11pm at the hospital, they did a 30 min reading and in the last 5 min there was a drop in heart rate. I was admitted to monitor heart rate over night. At 3am his heart rate was fine. At 6am it dropped significantly again. At 7am a doctor checked me, told me that I was 1.5cm dilated and cervix was 1.5cm and pretty hard. She suggested opening my waters just to see how the baby reacts to it and also to start inducing the labor. She tried it, but was unsuccessful. I was sent to get an ultrasound to see what could be the potential issues and turns out I had anhydramnion (absolutely no waters).

After that the doctor told me that they would try and induce me with balloon dilation and monitor his heart rate constantly, if there would be a drop, I would need an emergency c section. After the balloon catheter was inserted I started getting regular contractions and the baby’s heart rate staid strong.

Approximately 3 hours later they took out the catheter, at that point I was dilated 3cm and my cervix was 1cm and still hard, they opened the amnion and inserted a tube inside the membranes through which 0.5l of warm saline was poured in to rinse and see if there was any meconium around the kid. The water poured out clean, which meant that there was no meconium.

I labored for another 2 hours, when they checked me again I was only 4cm dilated. At this point oxytocin was started. I asked for an epidural, because I hadn’t slept all night and was getting really tired. The next 5 hours went by quick, I was slowly dilating and chilling on the bed, eating sandwiches with my husband. Babies heart rate was super strong so

... keep reading on reddit ➑

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