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I have a problem of neurogenic bladder?

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Dr. James Krick
Urology 38 years experience
Neurogenic bladder: There are many varieties of neurogenic bladder. The first step is visiting a urologist for cystoscopy and urodynamic testing to attempt to determine the actual dysfunction present and potentially, its cause.
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Dr. George Klauber
Specializes in Pediatric Urology
Urologic evaluation: 1) detailed medical history & examination, 2) urodynamic studies, ideally with simultaneous video fluoroscopy, 3) cystoscopic examination. Problems are primarily urinary incontinence or inability to urinate/urinary retention. Management usually successful & includes medication, intermittent self catheterization &/or surgery. Latter includes artificial sphincter, bladder enlargement etc.
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