Our expert says:
Obviously, where there are problems in how a person experiences his/her world, or between a couple, it's ideal if they can successfully work these out themselves. Sometimes they really need to help of a shrink, both to assess and identify the problems, and to suggest the best ways of dealing with them.
The symptoms you describe are not at all typical of depression. At most, depression can contribute by amplifyinf pain and similar symptoms, rather than causing them.
If he really can't urinate any more, or does so only with difficulty or pain, there could well be something serious wrong physically, which needs proper attentioon from a SPECIALIST in general medicine, and it sounds well beyond the usual abilities of a GP.
Ots reassuring to hear nothing was found wrong with his prostate or urine. You don't mention whether he's on any meds at all, as some of them may cause difficulty in passing urine.
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