Sometimes urination can be stimulated by pressing or tapping the
bladder area or by straining. Medicines can also help in some cases, including propantheline,
oxybutynin (for example, Ditropan), or tolterodine (Detrol).
these methods or medicines do not help, you may have to use a urinary
catheter, a thin flexible tube that you can insert into the channel through
which urine exits the body (urethra). This is called intermittent
self-catheterization. A little instruction and a few practice sessions with a nurse are all
that are needed to learn to do intermittent self-catheterization. The procedure
is usually done at the toilet.