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Bladder Dysfunction


Bladder Dysfunction

Changes or loss of bladder control can present as:


•   Stress Incontinence

loss of urine related to physical exertion, for example coughing, sneezing, exercise (eg jumping) or any daily activities.


•   Urgency

an increased sense of urgency in the bladder even when the bladder is not full, ie at low volumes. Often triggered by coming in the front door, for example.


•   Urge Incontinence

urgency at low volumes in the bladder, but leaking before reaching the toilet.


•   Frequency

Going to the toilet very often eg more than eight times in a 24 hour period

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