Bladder Control

Bladder control problems are also known as urinary incontinence. There is a loss of bladder control caused due to problems in the muscles and nerves that hold urine in the bladder. There is leakage of urine during normal daily activities, bedwetting, and sudden urge to urinate. The common causes are pregnancy, childbirth, menopause, enlarged prostate, obstruction, and overweight. Doing pelvic floor exercises and wearing absorbent undergarments helps a lot. Bladder retraining also helps in improving the time to hold urine.

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Is it normal to pee often and getting horn when the bladder is full?

Query: Hi doctor, I pee very often (even though I am young and I do not have diabetes or anything), and I get horn whenever my bladder is full. I do not think it as a healthy habit, and it disturbs me. Please help me.  Read Full »

Dr. Parth Singh

Answer: Hi, Welcome to You should rule out the cause for frequent urination. It can be due to urinary tract infection and due to impaired sugar control. If you have a burning sensation or feeling urgency to void the bladder, it indicates an infection. So, get your urine test done along with f...  Read Full »

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