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Unstable bladder

Introduction: Unstable bladder

Description of Unstable bladder

Unstable bladder (medical condition): Urge incontinence involves a strong, sudden need to urinate...more »

See also:

Urge incontinence:
  »Introduction: Urge incontinence
  »Symptoms of Urge incontinence
  »Causes of Urge incontinence
  »Treatments for Urge incontinence

Unstable bladder: Urgency to URINATION, with or without urge incontinence, usually with frequency and NOCTURIA.
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Unstable bladder: Related Topics

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Unstable bladder as a Disease

Unstable bladder: Another name for Urge incontinence (or close medical condition association).
  »Introduction: Urge incontinence
  »Symptoms of Urge incontinence
  »Causes of Urge incontinence
  »Treatments for Urge incontinence

Unstable bladder: Related Diseases

Unstable bladder: Unstable bladder is listed as a type of (or associated with) the following medical conditions in our database:

Causes of Unstable bladder

Some of the causes of Unstable bladder are included in the list below:

Symptoms of Unstable bladder (Urge incontinence)

Some of the symptoms of Unstable bladder incude:

  • Abdominal distention or discomfort
  • Frequent urination, in the daytime and at night
  • Involuntary loss of urine
  • Sudden and urgent need to urinate (urinary urgency)

Treatments for Unstable bladder (Urge incontinence)

Treatments for Unstable bladder (Urge incontinence) include:

  • Anticholinergic agents (oxybutynin, tolterodine, enablex, sanctura, vesicare, oxytrol)
  • Antispasmodic medications (flavoxate)
  • Tricyclic antidepressants (imipramine, doxepin)

Treatment of Unstable bladder: For more treatment information about Unstable bladder, see treatment of Urge incontinence (Unstable bladder)

Unstable bladder: Article Excerpts about Urge incontinence

Menopause and Bladder Control: NIDDK (Excerpt)

A very common kind of bladder control problem for older women is urge incontinence. This means the... (Source: excerpt from Menopause and Bladder Control: NIDDK)

Urinary Incontinence in Women: NIDDK (Excerpt)

If you lose urine for no apparent reason while suddenly feeling the need or urge to urinate, you may have urge incontinence. The... (Source: excerpt from Urinary Incontinence in Women: NIDDK)

Urinary Incontinence -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA (Excerpt)

Urge incontinence happens if you can't hold your urine long enough to reach a toilet. Although... (Source: excerpt from Urinary Incontinence -- Age Page -- Health Information: NIA)

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