Irritated Bladder

Irritable bladder is a general term for any persistent disorder that results in an involuntary loss of urine.

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"Overactive bladder" or "spastic bladder" occurs when a person has a strong, sudden need to urinate and many women report the need is preceded (though not always) by a “tingling” sensation. A more clinical term is “Urge Incontinence.” The sudden involuntary loss of urine can be embarrassing sometimes inciting a pervasive fear of judgement by others limiting activity. In addition, it is expensive. The true total annual cost per woman for incontinence is over $2,000 for laundry, dry cleaning, damage to clothes and furniture. [1]

The mechanisms that trigger irritable bladder are sometimes difficult to determine but certain foods, such as tomatoes, artificial sweeteners, caffeine, chocolate, and alcohol, can cause bladder symptoms. But if a sudden involuntary loss of urine is accompanied by pain, pressure or burning it may be interstitial cystitis or painful bladder syndrome and a healthcare professional should be consulted immediately.

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