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Neurogenic Bladder


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Neurogenic bladder is a condition where a person is unable to control their bladder due to a brain, spinal cord, or nerve problem. There are a variety of potential causes of neurogenic bladder, including:

Signs and symptoms of neurogenic bladder vary depending on the underlying condition that is causing the problem. Signs and symptoms can include:

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  • Lifestyle Modifications

    Your urologist may recommend that you make certain lifestyle modifications – such as scheduling urination and adjusting your diet – to try to reduce symptoms related to neurogenic bladder.

  • Medicines

    Your doctor may prescribe medicines that can help decrease the bothersome symptoms of neurogenic bladder.

  • Surgery

    In more extreme cases of this condition, your urologist may recommend you undergo a surgical procedure – such as placing an artificial sphincter (artificial device that is implanted to help regulate the flow of urine), placing a urinary diversion (surgical procedure that reroutes urine from its usual path when a condition prevents the normal flow of urine), or doing a bladder augmentation (surgical procedure to increase the capacity of the bladder) – to help control your neurogenic bladder.  


  • Physical Exam

    Your urologist will perform a comprehensive physical exam – including gathering a medical history – in order to diagnose neurogenic bladder.

  • Bladder Diary

    Your urologist may ask you to keep a bladder diary, in which you will record each time you use the restroom during the day and how often you leak urine.

  • Pad Test

    In this test, you will wear a special pad in your underwear that changes color when you leak urine. This helps your urologist learn more about your bladder-leaking problem.

  • Urine Culture

    Your urologist may order a urine culture to check for infection or blood related to your neurogenic bladder problems. 

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