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Amanda G Rich Say more :
Well time to add another fml to the list. I chose the anonymous option....clearly not anonymous. Well I should explain further since it's out in the open now. I've had bladder issues since I was a kid from wetting the bed to CONSTANT UTIs. About a year ago I got a massive infection down there that no doctor could diagnose until finally I found one willing to actually test me properly, the gynecologist world sucks by the way, and boom positive for ureaplasma. The infection went on for a year and I was treated for BV and yeast infections regularly but the pain was still there. After my diagnosis and it being cured I had a lot of damage and needed to see a physical therapist. So I've done the exercises, I've tried holding it, and I currently have an appointment scheduled. And although I'm absolutely mortified of my current state, that doesn't mean I'm saying I'm worse off than others. I'm sorry if it came off that way.
By Amanda G Rich - / Wednesday 19 September 2018 03:10 / United States
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  bluejello2001  |  11

OP, there's so many things it could be, and is a lot more common than you'd think.
I've had to take medication to help control my bladder since I was 7. It's not exactly a fact that I like to advertise, but hey, nerve damage happens, and I do what I have to. You may have to add the phrase "preventative pee breaks" to your vocabulary. ;)
Good luck, and hopefully the doctors are able to help you!

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  PenguinPal3017  |  15

See a doc? Great idea. Can't believe that she didn't think of that.

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  fabs1171  |  22

Not really, given OP’s female gendered name I’m going to assume she’s prostate-less. Also, an enlarged prostate (which occurs with cancer) results in poor stream, difficulties with commencing voiding and not necessarily incontinence

By  boopingsnoot  |  23

1. Have you given birth recently?
2. Have you tried to hold it in to stretch your bladder? (Because that DOES NOT work for girls!)
3. Have you seen a doctor?
4. Have you tried kegel exercises?

By  jac_1964_au  |  18

There is a exercise called pelvic flaw , google it and yes it does work but takes a few weeks to STart getting results , your your you have a life time to get them muscles strong.

https://www.poise.com.au/pelvic-floor-exercises

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