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Content updated on Sep 20, 2022

What is neurogenic bladder?

A condition where nerves supplying the bladder are damaged. Causes include injury to the spinal cord, and nerve disease like Parkinson's disease and Multiple sclerosis.

Symptoms of neurogenic bladder

  • Frequent urination

  • Often have a sudden need to pass urine in the past one month

  • Needing to pass urine again, despite just passing less than 2 hours ago

  • Difficulty holding urine, leak urine

  • Urine stream is weaker than before

  • Feeling there is still urine left in the bladder after urinating

  • Urine flow is intermittent over the past month. (Urine starts and stops)

  • History of dementia

Questions your doctor may ask to check for neurogenic bladder

Your doctor may ask these questions to diagnose neurogenic bladder

  • Have you been passing urine more often?

  • Do you sometimes have a sudden, strong urge to rush to the the toilet and pass urine?

  • Have you felt urge to pass urine again, within 2 hours after trip to the bathroom?

  • Do you have urine accidents (cannot hold in urine)?

  • Do you feel your urine flow is weaker?

Treatment for neurogenic bladder

Treatment aims at preventing kidney damage from being unable to empty the bladder. Options include medicines to increase or decrease the urge and strength needed to pass urine. Emptying the bladder regularly with a catheter (tube) will be necessary if the bladder cannot squeeze effectively.

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