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what do you think could be causing my overactive bladder?

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Dr. Craig Smith
Urology 35 years experience
Great question: Difficult very common condition, unfortunately no identified cause most of the time and therefore termed idiopathic. This is if your physical exam, history, urinalysis, voiding diary and possibly imaging of your bladder pre- and post void do not identify any specify condition. However, there are now excellent treatment options to help treat your condition.

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How will having a thin bladder influence birth?

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Unlikely, except...: "thin bladder" is not a recognized bladder condition. If by thin bladder you mean bladder infections, there is a higher rate of premature labor in women with bladder infections, so all pregnant women are closely monitored for bladder infection during prenatal visits. Please discuss what you mean by "thin bladder" with your obstetrician, who is your best resource for this question.
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What is the surgery where the bladder is shifted? Is it successful?

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I am not sure: I am not sure what condition this type of surgery would be done. If you are talking about prolapsed bladder, there are different types of surgery. There is a sling surgery that basically involves putting a band around the bladder to support it. Whether it is successful or not in your case, you must be examined by gyn urologist and have your options laid out to you.
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What is a lazy bladder?

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Neurogenic bladder: "lazy bladder" is just a simple way to explain "neurogenic bladder". When the muscle of the bladder does not contract the way it should it will retain urine. Common in paralyzed patients or in peripheral neuropathies, diseases of the lower spine, neurological disorders, after stroke etc.
Dr. Howard Usitalo
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Also infrequent voiding may eventually lead to poor bladder function Never pass up the opportunity to urinate and void frequently
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How long can a bladder disease take to form?

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Short time: Bladder disease is a broad category. The simplest of these is a urinary tract infection which can take a very short time to form and usually manifests and painful and/or burning with urination.

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