am a 24 year old male and have had incontinence for 4 years now and i am on my 4th urologist.Now that i know a little more about my problem my doctor says i have a small bladder and have to much pressure on my bladder and thats whats causing my urinary incontinence.Now she also tells me that it could be neurological as well and wants me to have my bladder enlarged and talk to a surgeon.I was wondering if any one has had this done and what was the procedure like and any side effects that happen.View Thread
thats what was explained to me but i guess now after doing my second urodynamics test they have discovered that my bladder is small and giving out to much pressure which is causing my urinary incontinence and also thinks is neurological and think i might have lupus.They now want me to talk to a surgeron about my options.View Thread
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