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Could you explain why do I wake up every morning with a very full bladder?

Could you explain why do I wake up every morning with a very full bladder?

A full bladder...: For average healthy persons, in their young age, nighttime urine production is about 10-15% of 24-hr urine; for the elderly, it increases to 20-35% due to losing concentrating ability of kidneys and more marginal heart condition, etc. So, bladder is filled with urine faster and more; therefore, you feel bladder full over night and ready to void in the morning. ...Read more

Bladder (Definition)

The bladder is a muscular organ in the pelvis that accepts urine from the kidneys, stores the urine at low pressure, & expels the urine during voluntary voiding. Though seemingly a simple reservoir, the bladder is a complex organ intricately connected with the brain and spinal cord with sensory, motor, and autonomic circuits. The muscular layer that contracts during voids ...Read more


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Is it true that having a full bladder helps you to perform better when you have to make a speech?

Is it true that having a full bladder helps you to perform better when you have to make a speech?

Full bladder: Unless you are an experienced speaker i would rather have an empty rather than a full bladder while giving a speech. Stress, anxiety and nervousness can send messages to your brain that you need to pee fast. ...Read more

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When I have a full bladder especially in the morning, I have an extreme amount of pain on my lower right side and when I use the restroom I have pain.

When I have a full bladder especially in the morning, I have an extreme amount of pain on my lower right side and when I use the restroom I have pain.

Bladder pain: You may be overstretching the detrusor muscle of your bladder which can cause bladder spasms. If you continue to have pain when you void you may need an emanation and urine tests to rule infection or other problems. ...Read more

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Does a full bladder effect a mans erection?

Does a full bladder effect a mans erection?

Yes: Definitely a full bladder can affect erection. Your bladder is trying to remove the fluid and the only way to get out is to open the urethra, which if having an erection will be less open. You can definitely have both, but if your bladder is trying to empty it makes it more difficult to attain an erection. ...Read more

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Could you possibly reach orgasm only with a full bladder?

Could you possibly reach orgasm only with a full bladder?

Occasionally: Most people prefer to have sex with an empty bladder. A full bladder hastens onset of orgasm for many but very occasionally there is an individual who feels they can only achieve orgasm with a full bladder. ...Read more

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What does it mean if you are not able to pass urine for 2 days but feel like you have a full bladder?

What does it mean if you are not able to pass urine for 2 days but feel like you have a full bladder?

Failure to void. : It is not normal to go for two days without passing urine. Failure to void is caused by obstruction of the bladder, or an inability of the bladder to contract and expel the urine. A buildup of a large volume of urine can damage your bladder and eventually your kidneys, as well and increase your chances of a urinary infection. Please see a physician for evaluation if this is the case. ...Read more

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Do orgasms feel better with a full bladder?

Do orgasms feel better with a full bladder?

Maybe, maybe not: Having a full bladder is generally not a very pleasant sensation. Furthermore, it is possible that you will lose control of your full bladder during sex which could be messy. On the other hand, you can try it and decide for yourself. You might want to lie on a few towels just in case you do lose control. Mattresses are very expensive! ...Read more

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Right flank pain intensified with full bladder.

Right flank pain intensified with full bladder.

They're Connected: The bladder is connected to the flank (kidney) via the ureter, so this is likely involved. There is more to your story, which might help figure this out: history of kidney stones? History of bladder infections or kidney infections? My best guesses based on your story are that you either have (1)reflux of urine from the bladder back up the ureter or (2) a stone in the ureter. See a urologist. ...Read more