Neurogenic Bladder Dysfunction

About- Neurogenic bladder dysfunction is the dysfunction of the urinary bladder due to disease of the central nervous system or peripheral nerves involved in the control of urination.
 
Symptoms-
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction A pulsating stream during urination
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction An inability to empty the bladder
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Loss of bladder control
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Painful urination
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Urinary tract infections (UTIs)
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Urine leakage
 
Causes-
This occurs due to the damage of the brain or bladder nerve. Several medical conditions which facilitate developing this disease are  
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Alzheimer’s disease
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Brain tumors
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Diabetes
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Multiple sclerosis
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Parkinson’s disease
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Pelvic surgery
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Prolonged alcoholism
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Spina bifida
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Spinal cord injury
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Spinal cord tumor
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Spinal nerve damage
Neurogenic bladder dysfunction Stroke

Specialist to visit
Neurologist Urologist

Neurologist Neurologist

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References
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