Bladder Weakness Can Cause Problems

Affecting millions of people worldwide, bladder weakness is not necessarily an inevitable part of aging. Oftentimes bladder weakness is an easily treatable condition; however, if left untreated bladder weakness can progress to incontinence and leave its mark on peoples lives not only physically, but emotionally and socially as well.

While the physical limitations of bladder weakness are pretty obvious, the emotional and social ramifications are frequently marginalized. If you are dealing with bladder weakness and the incontinence that usually accompanies it, you know that this condition can isolate you socially and lead to low self-esteem and depression. Many times personal relationships suffer or are avoided in the first place, because the sufferer lives in fear of the embarrassment that would occur if their problem were exposed.

Bladder weakness symptoms are pretty hard to ignore. The most common symptom is the constant leakage of small amounts of urine as any pressure is exerted on the bladder. Or the bladder may suffer a spasm creating an overwhelming need to go to the bathroom followed by an incontinence episode. If you are suffering from any of these symptoms it is a good idea to discuss the problem with your doctor.

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