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A feeling of pressure on the bladder is not specific to any one condition. You would need a thorough evaluation by your doctor to determine the cause...
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The bladder is the sac that holds urine.
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The bladder is the sac that holds urine.
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Hi, This is from WebMD, it’s the surgery side of a prolapsed bladder. Severe prolapsed bladders that cannot be managed with a pessary usually require...
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The urinary bladder is a muscular sac in the pelvis, just above and behind the pubic bone. When empty, the bladder is about the size and shape of a...
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The bladder stones may have started in your kidneys and migrated south to the bladder. Some of the small ones can pass in your urine, but bigger ones...
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No, they are not the same. The bladder is part of the urinary system. A bladder infection is commonly caused by a bacterial infection .Usually the...
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If you feel that your bladder never completely empties, this is a good reason on its own to see your medical provider. Even if you'd had this...
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Bladder prolapse is a condition in which the bladder moves downward from its normal position. It is usually caused by a weakness in the pelvic floor...
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The job of the sphincter muscles is to hold urine in the bladder by squeezing the urethra shut. If the urethral sphincter fails to stay closed, urine...
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This is a procedure in which a lighted tube is passed up the urethra to view the bladder.
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There is no medical research that supports what you say, that having a catheter in for more than 2 months will damage the bladder. However, catheters...
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Any evaluation for a health problem begins with a medical history and a general physical examination. Your doctor can use this information to narrow...
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I'm sorry to hear you're experiencing these symptoms. Unfortunately, it's not possible to self-diagnose a urinary tract infection (UTI)...
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Hi Yes its a problem, and its called paruresis, its like you go to urinate, somebody comes and stands next to you, that's it you cant, ie shy...