Bladder Control Problems


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Comment from: Bladder control. , 55-64 Male (Patient) Published: July 09

I am of age 60 years, a person who has undergone neurofibroma surgery in L1 L2 spinal region in the year 2004. Now in the year 2017 I was diagnosed with the problem of residual urine of 400 to 500 ml after urinating, however I have not been getting signal from the brain, though bladder has been full of urine up to 250 to 300 ml. I need to do catheterization every 4 or 5 hours. I wonder when I get auto control signals from brain to urinate as per body signals.

Comment from: pat b, 65-74 Female (Caregiver) Published: July 18

I have bladder leakage problems since having complete hysterectomy done and 2 bladder suspensions, forever and a day. I use Tena heavy or Poise pads doubling up. My urethra doesn't work. I have used medications to control but they don’t really help. I have Kegel exerciser, I am lazy to use it and am obese. I have had a collagen treatment in the past but it has worn off.

Comment from: nessy, 55-64 Female (Patient) Published: June 04

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, I have been having trouble with incontinence. It happens when I sleep, walk, cough, or sneeze. I was diagnosed 2 years ago. It was in remission, now I slowly became incontinent. Sometimes while walking to the bathroom, I lose the ability to hold it, seems like I go a bit all the time, from a little flow to heavy flow. I wear a pad now and embarrassed to go anywhere because when the heavy flow happens I can't stop it. I also have 2 herniated discs.


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