Must I drink water to keep me bladder healthy?

Yes. Adequate fluid intake is very important is overall health for all of our internal organs. Water is the preferred fluid of choice.

Related Questions

I can't control my bladder and have narrowly avoided some very embarrassing situations. I drink water steadily all day as I always have. I need help?

Overactive bladder. You may be suffering from an overactive bladder. Your fluid intake may be too much or you have have bladder issues. Would see your doctor or a urologist who could do some testng and give you appropriate medication. Read more...
Avoid triggers. Oab is urinary frequency, urgency, and nighttime urination. Cut down on fluids, so you have less to "deal with" through your days and nights. Avoid bladder irritant triggers: chocolate, peppermint, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, spicy foods, carbonated beverages, and Splenda. If those things don't help, then you may need detrol, toviaz, or vesicare (solifenacin). Start bladder retraining and timed voiding. Read more...

Why is it that I can drink water all day and not have to empty my bladder till I go to bed at night?

Bladder emptying. 1) you retain fluids; 2) you have a large capacity bladder; 3) you are an infrequent voider; you may have a sensory deficit or neurogenic bladder. You should start a voiding diary and placed yourself on a routine voiding schedule whether you have the sensation to void or not. You should have an evaluation before you develop problems. Read more...

What to do if I love to drink water before sleeping and while sleeping I wake up like at 1:00am and I feel like my bladder is about to explode?

Your choice. You'll have to choose. Either you stop drinking lots of water before you go to bed, or you will continue to be awakened by a full bladder. If this is the most difficult choice you face, be thankful. Read more...

No pain when I wake up, but as I drink water my bladder is in pain. Hurts to put water in my bladder. Pee with no pain. Pain like it swells up with fluids?

Bladder pain. There is a condition called IC (interstitial cystitis) that has symptoms similar to yours. This is a diagnosis of exclusion since other causes will have to be eliminated first. A common condition, like a UTI could cause similar symptoms, bladder spasms, overactive bladder, a bladder stone, a bladder tumor(rarely causes pain, usually blood in urine) Read more...