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Overactive Bladder Is A Mild To Severe Condition

By Expert Author: Nick Carter

If you are like several of my patients you may have an overactive bladder which keeps you running to the bathroom to urinate frequently. Some people have smaller bladder capacities than others and therefore naturally have to urinate more. Other people may be eating certain foods that can irritate their bladder causing the need them to urinate.

Overactive bladder is a mild to severe condition that can not only become a nuisance in always creating the to find a restroom while you are out in public, but can also have some embarrassing consequences. It is also a condition that can be accompanied by something called “ urge incontinence”, or UI, where you have to go so badly you just can't hold it and urine leaks into your clothes; or "stress incontinence", or SI, where you have involuntary leakage of urine through laughing or sneezing. Usually UI and SI are just variant symptoms of overactive bladder syndrome which also can include nocturia (waking up at night to urinate) and frequency, just "going" a lot all day long.

As mentioned above, overactive bladder can be caused by a few things which include:

A congenitally small bladder that has less holding capacity than most people

A "neurogenic bladder" – caused by damage, or pressure, pinching of the nerves of the spine that may occur in certain medical conditions like spinal injuries, epilepsy, Parkinson disease, MS, and stroke, that can result in involuntary emptying of the bladder.

Certain medications used to treat other conditions like diuretics for high blood pressure, or medications that contain caffeine.

Hormonal. Decreasing estrogen in menopause can cause bladder and urethra muscles to weaken and fall forward, resulting in more frequent urination and leakage. In men, an enlarged prostate can cause frequent urination as well.

Constipation. Pressure from retained waste in the rectum can aggravate the bladder.

Obesity. Too much abdominal fat can put pressure on the bladder as well.

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Developed in 2007 by Dr Carlos Gabriel, It provide the helped over 1500 women of all ages and activity levels regain their bladder control help overactive bladder, incontinence

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