Problems with the kidney may result in bladder incontinence problems (accidental flow of urine) or pee storage (incomplete emptying) – and some of the signs of bladder incontinence problems include:If you feel that you have got Bladder Infection then Read this Article and consult your nearest Doctor.


  •     The need to get up to pass pee two or more times a night
  •     Small or large amounts of pee dripping without warning or without feeling the desire to go to the toilet
  •     Recent wetting of the bed
  •     Pee escaping before getting to a toilet
  •     Pee accidentally dripping when sneezing, hacking and coughing, having a laugh or exercising
  •     A rapid desire to rush to the bathroom either before or during the dripping of urine

The most common types of bladder incontinence problems are pressure bladder incontinence problems (SUI), desire bladder incontinence problems and combined bladder incontinence problems.



  1.     Mixed bladder incontinence problems are a combination of pressure bladder incontinence problems and desire bladder incontinence problems.
  2.     Stress bladder incontinence problems (SUI) happens when the muscle tissue in the pelvic floor, under rapid pressure (stress) on the abdomen, are too weak to hold the urethral sphincters closed. The result is a random flow of pee during everyday living such as sneezing, hacking and coughing, having a laugh or training.
  3.     Urge bladder incontinence problems (unstable or overactive bladder) is caused by involuntary, uncontrolled contractions of the muscle in the kidney. This results in a rapid desire to go to the bathroom, and random pee leakage before reaching the bathroom.


Neutrogena bladder

Neutrogena kidney is the term for a kidney that malfunctions due to nerve problems. Because the kidney is controlled by anxiety, nerve illnesses or damage to the neurological system can impact kidney function and the process of urination. Neutrogena kidney can develop due to:
  •     Illnesses that impact the anxiety such as ms, type 2 diabetes and HIV
  •     Mind tumors and other illnesses of the brain
  •     Neural tube defects such as spine bifida
  •     Spine injuries
  •     Major pelvic surgery
                                                       ( Bladder Cntrol Treatment video )

Urinary signs vary depending on where the nerve damage happens and how severe it is. Bladder over-activity (spastic bladder) is associated with symptoms of desire bladder incontinence, while sphincter under-activity (affecting the muscle tissue that controls the passage of pee out of the bladder) results in symptoms of pressure bladder incontinence. Some neurologic disorders can cause bladder storage or completely prevent the kidney from clearing.

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