It always feels like i have to pee, even after i have already gone to the bathroom. When i finish going pee it feels lik someone is squeezing my bladder ubtil there is nothing in there. Feel slightly tired troughout the day. What could this be?
I have a lot of urological problems. I am completely exhausted with it honestly. I have seen a urologist and a couple of urogynecologist many times in the last 3 years. I recently drove out of state to see another specialist and he diagnosed me with a cystocele which is when the bladder has fallen. I have a daughter and had natural child birth, so this is a long standing problem. I have been treated for overactive bladder with medication. It helped a little. I have interstitial cystitis which is a painful bladder condition. I am doing bladder instillations for this. I have endometriosis. All of these things cause frequency, urgency and pain. I go to the bathroom every hour and then don't always empty all the way. I am looking into surgery to fix the cystocele and hopefully it will help some of the problem. Then I will have to take medication most likely. One doctor said something to me about eventually having to get a pacemaker(interstim). I said no way. I am only 32 and that sounds medieval to me. I would check with a urogynecologist if you can find a good one. They are rare, but can be more helpful than a urologist. I hope you find relief because I know it is a huge pain in the neck and then some.
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