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Sorry to hear this. Has he had any blood tests or analysis of his urine to try and identify the cause of the problem?
And they were normal? I think a urine analysis would be the next logical step to look for signs of infection/inflammation etc within the bladder which could lead to urine dribbling.
You're welcome. If that test also comes back normal then primary urinary incontinence may be considered and medication can be prescribed to help but other causes must be fully excluded first. Good luck with getting to the bottom of his problem.