No, but common. When one is chronically constipated, bladder symptoms are common, including urinary tract infection (uti), urinary urgency, urinary frequency and urinary incontinence. Often, treating the constipation is the best way to improve bladder control. Further, urinary incontinence can be difficult to treat if constipation continues.
Yes. If constipation results in rectal impaction then the over distended rectum puts pressure on the bladder neck which can effect urine flw and control.
Common. Normal and common are not interchangeable. Bowel function can definitely affect urinary functioning and pelvic floor disorders. Trying to keep bowel normal can help with incontinence. For further information follow up with urologist, urogynecologist, and / or gastroenerologist.
Not permanent. Chronic constipation can make urinary incontience worse with the straining but over the long term it is not going to cause it to be permanent. Incontinence can be permanent in many cases anyway.
Possibly. Repeated straining to have a bowel movement causes an increase in the pressure within the abdomen. This, in turn, puts pressure on the structures that support the pelvic organs, including the bladder. Constant straining over years may damage bladder support to the point that stress urinary incontinence becomes permanent.
Maybe. Constipation increases risk of stress incontinence: leaking that occurs with activity, cough, sneeze. This happens because the ligaments under the urethra are stretched or torn thus allowing the urethra to open and leak urine. Once this occurs the ligaments don't heal on their own. However, there are many treatment options. Www. Voicesforpfd. Org.
Common. The most common cause would be interstitial cystitis at this age and would be managed with diet.
Incontinence. Urinary incontinencevis never "normal". It is however fairly common. See a urologist for proper evaluation and to discuss potential treatment options.
Generally no. It is not common for someone in their 20's to have urinary incontinence. This should prompt an evaluation by their doctor.
Urinary incontinence. It is not normal to have incontince at any age. If you are having problems, you should see a physician for an evaluation.
Abnormal. Urinary incontinence is not normal at any age. However, following pregnancy is it not uncommon and often resolves within 1-3 months. If it persists or is severe you should contact your healthcare provider.
Need more info. There are many types and causes of incontinence. It depends on what your definition of young or the type of incontinence. Incontinence can be common but that does not mean it is " normal". Follow up with primary, gyn, urogynecologist or urologist for further evaluation. There many treatment options that can be discussed further. Www. Voicesforpfd. Org.
Normal to be incontinent during syncope? Donated blood, fainted, & had urinary incontinence. Embarrassed. Thought it coincided w seizures not syncope
It does as reported. Your well-reported scenario is possible, but it is useful to undergo a preliminary evaluation so to assess if you may have underlying neurological disorders and some cautious watch can be taken. How to get the good-care-related things done correctly? Go to http://formefirst. Com/eNewsletter06.html. Best wish to health...
That's fine. It happens. I would be proud of donating blood, much more ashamed if I could donate blood and didn't. Keep donating and thank you.
What can explain urinary incontinence? I get it after I poop and have to urinate or after urinating while standing. I also can't relax normally.
Urologist. Urinary incontinence at your age is unusual and could reflect a structural or neurological disorder affecting bladder function. It may mean that your bladder develops spasm type activity or you may have a distended bladder with incomplete emptying and then some overflow during those times. A urologist is best qualified to evaluate, advise and treat you.
See urologist. Needs special urological evalation and tests. Depending on the details, urodynamic testing, cystoscopy, accurate urination diary, possibly neurological evaluation. It is a long subject and depends whether you are referring to true incontinence or just urgency. It may be something very simple or more involved. A urological evaluation. Good luck.
Yes, at any age. Can develop with urinary infections, after pregnancy, with multiple sclerosis or spinal cord pathology. Needs to be evaluated by a urologist for causal diagnosis ; treatment.
Urinary leakage. Urinary incontinence is involuntary urination. Urine escapes either without your being aware or are unable prevent leakage.
Incontince. Urinary incontinence is defined as the involuntary loss of urine.
Leaking. If you are leaking urine....then you are incontinent. Sometimes it can be hard to tell if it is urine or a heavy vaginal discharge. You can try a pad test. Get AZO over the counter. It turns urine orange (it will also stain other bodily fluids but not as much as urine). Wear a pad. Look at the pattern of orange staining on the pad. If bright orange then most likely urine.