Hi, I am a 24 yr old female with a husband and a beautiul 1 yr old son. One night while laying in bed I remember turning over and feeling so pressure in my bladder like I had to use the restroom, a few seconds later the feeling was gone so I jumped up out of bed half way sleep to use the restroom. Since that night I can't tell if my bladder is full or not. It's like having no bladder. During the day I pee ever 30mins seems like and at night while sleeping I dont have to pee at all.Only during the day. I went to the emergency room freaking out so they check me for UTI and it was normal. All my bloodwork was normal also. Sometimes I feel a burning feeling. I just want my life back anyhelp on this would be awesome. ThanksView Thread
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