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What are the major symptoms of neurogenic bladder?
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Dr. Jimmy Bowen
Physical & Rehabilitation Medicine
In brief: Neurogenic Bladder
Symptoms of overactive bladder: having to urinate too often in small amounts problems emptying all the urine from the bladder loss of bladder control symptoms of underactive bladder: bladder becomes too full and you may leak urine.
Inability to tell when the bladder is full problems starting to urinate or emptying all the urine from the bladder urinary retention.

In brief: Neurogenic Bladder
Symptoms of overactive bladder: having to urinate too often in small amounts problems emptying all the urine from the bladder loss of bladder control symptoms of underactive bladder: bladder becomes too full and you may leak urine.
Inability to tell when the bladder is full problems starting to urinate or emptying all the urine from the bladder urinary retention.
Dr. Jimmy Bowen
Dr. Jimmy Bowen
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Dr. Gael Yonnet
Neurology
In brief: See answer below
A neurogenic bladder may lead to urine incontinence.
In the case of an areflexic bladder, it is difficult to fully empty the bladder, the bladder may overflow and leak urine. In the case of an overactive bladder, urinary frequency and urgency will be experienced and urinary incontinence may also occur.

In brief: See answer below
A neurogenic bladder may lead to urine incontinence.
In the case of an areflexic bladder, it is difficult to fully empty the bladder, the bladder may overflow and leak urine. In the case of an overactive bladder, urinary frequency and urgency will be experienced and urinary incontinence may also occur.
Dr. Gael Yonnet
Dr. Gael Yonnet
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Dr. Terence Chapman
Urology - Oncology
In brief: It depends
There are many classifications of neurogenic bladder; however the most common might result from central nervous system damage or injury (eg, multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury).
Typical symptoms might be urgency, frequency, incontinence, infection and poor bladder emptying. A neurogenic bladder can also be very large with little sensation of fullness and poor emptying which may cause leakage.

In brief: It depends
There are many classifications of neurogenic bladder; however the most common might result from central nervous system damage or injury (eg, multiple sclerosis or spinal cord injury).
Typical symptoms might be urgency, frequency, incontinence, infection and poor bladder emptying. A neurogenic bladder can also be very large with little sensation of fullness and poor emptying which may cause leakage.
Dr. Terence Chapman
Dr. Terence Chapman
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