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I have to urinate lots of time at night and I think my sleep is suffering because I am the whole day very dizzy and I don't have balance when walking. I am 78 so it should be "normal"! I got Firide 5 mg (Proscar) for it but it seems to take half a year before it start working! (?) I really am fed up because I cannot do anything anymore! Somebody can give me an idea for a solution? 

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track down some real cbd oil and take it before bed every night. not a solution by any means but it will help you in some areas. one possible help is  that it may allow you to sleep for a longer period of time before you are woken up needing to go.

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I would assume age/BPH but I would check this is not from a prostate or bladder infection - you could be lucky - if so it could be treatable with antibiotics.

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10 minutes ago, stephenterry said:

I would support consulting an urologist, and then be ready to undertake a PSI and urine test and go from there. A PSI score of >10 is an indication that the prostate gland needs investigation. Dizziness may not be a consequence of waterworks medication, and I would also suggest taking an ECG, as it's common for elderly people to suffer from arterial blockage. 

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Neither options are dirt cheap, but it's better for your longer term health, than hoping it will go away. It won't. 

   

Thank you Stephenterry! I thought however, that the dizziness is because of nocturia! 

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