What would cause pain the bladder when the bladder is full? No blood in urine, no dysuria, and no other symptoms.

Bladder full pain. 37! f notes pain in bladder when fuil? ANS: it is normal to get a sensation in bladder when it is full. Your body is telling you to pee. This can be ignored for awhile but keeps coming back. Listen to your Body.

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