Do a lot of people get neurogenic bladder?

Quite a lot. Many people born with spina bifida and cerebral palsy also have nb. People with spinal cord injuries and paraplegia, severe multiple sclerosis ANS some with longstanding diabetes can all develop nb.

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Whats a neurogenic bladder?

Bladder dysfunction. Due to lack of control &/or sensation of bladder or urinary sphincter function caused by diseases of brain, spinal cord or peripheral nerves. Congenital as in subjects with spina bifida and meningomyelocele, or acquired as in spinal cord injury, multiple slerosis etc. Can cause urinary incontinence from sphincter non-function or storage failure or inability to initiate urination (urinary retention. Read more...

What causes a neurogenic bladder?

Damaged or no nerves. Between brain and bladder.Some children born with spina bifida & myelomeningocele & other spinal abnormalities or cerebral palsy have congenital neurogenic bladder. Spinal cord injuries or tumors, transverse myelitis, brain tumors or injuries, multiple sclerosis, diabetes can all cause nb.Basically, any interruption, of sensory or motor nerve impulses to or from bladder &/or sphincter cause a nb. Read more...

I have a problem of neurogenic bladder?

Neurogenic bladder. There are many varieties of neurogenic bladder. The first step is visiting a urologist for cystoscopy and urodynamic testing to attempt to determine the actual dysfunction present and potentially, its cause. Read more...
Urologic evaluation. 1) detailed medical history & examination, 2) urodynamic studies, ideally with simultaneous video fluoroscopy, 3) cystoscopic examination. Problems are primarily urinary incontinence or inability to urinate/urinary retention. Management usually successful & includes medication, intermittent self catheterization &/or surgery. Latter includes artificial sphincter, bladder enlargement etc. Read more...

What are the tests for neurogenic bladder?

Urodynamics. Urodynamics refers to the process of testing the bladder for its ability to accommodate filling, the pressure at which it does so, symptoms that filling may cause as well as evaluating flow rate and leakage, if any. This can be done in a relatively simple fashion in the office, or in a more sophisticated clinic setting with video and fluoroscopic information added to the basic information above. Read more...

I have a neurogenic bladder is there a cure?

Essentially no. Bruising of spinal cord can cause temporary neurogenic bladder which resolves spontaneously. Occasional cure has been reported by nerve transfer and anastomosis and is a possible hope for the future. Urinary incontinence can be managed in most cases by intermittent catheterization, with or without medication, artificial urinary sphincters, bladder augmentation or urinary diversions etc. Read more...

Please explain what is a neurogenic bladder?

Nerves. Patients with spinal cord injuries, nerve injuries from surgery or other problems can experience loss of urine control from denervation of the bladder. Very difficult to treat, but important to know prior to intervention. Urodynamic testing usually can make the diagnosis. Read more...

What are the major symptoms of neurogenic bladder?

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. Read more...
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. Read more...
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. Read more...

What is the definition or description of: Neurogenic bladder?

Here is... a form of dysfunction of urinary bladder and urinary sphincter leading to poor urine flow, urinary urgency or stress urinary incontinence, poor bladder emptying, an upset patient. Its causes may be spinal cord injury by accident or surgery or certain diseases like stroke, MS, diabetes, etc. . Read more...