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How will having bladder rupture affect me down the road?
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Dr. Michael Yu
Urology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Usually no problems
If diagnosed and treated properly, usually no long term problems.
Rupture is usually associated with other problems, usually trauma, so any long term issues are usually secondary to lasting issues from the trauma.

In brief: Usually no problems
If diagnosed and treated properly, usually no long term problems.
Rupture is usually associated with other problems, usually trauma, so any long term issues are usually secondary to lasting issues from the trauma.
Dr. Michael Yu
Dr. Michael Yu
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Dr. Carlo Contreras
Surgery - Oncology
In brief: It may not affect
If this was a simple rupture due to trauma that did not result in other injuries, as long as it has been repaired well, you may never suffer any consequences.
But, if it ruptured in such a way that required the surgeon to make the bladder smaller, you might experience early filling and urinary urgency.

In brief: It may not affect
If this was a simple rupture due to trauma that did not result in other injuries, as long as it has been repaired well, you may never suffer any consequences.
But, if it ruptured in such a way that required the surgeon to make the bladder smaller, you might experience early filling and urinary urgency.
Dr. Carlo Contreras
Dr. Carlo Contreras
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