I've just joined this forum, i have a full bladder feeling even after i have been there is no burning sensation, but after i have been to the toilet i still have the full feeling, i have noticed a few questions about this. Has anybody had this problem diagnosed.
A complete evaluation is necessary for correct diagnosis and treatment. The causes of bladder fullness are urinary tract infection, cystitis, bladder stones, bladder cancer etc.Other conditions causing these symptoms of bladder fullness are ovarian cysts and bowel spasticity. Drink plenty of water and empty whenever you feel urge to urinate. If the symptoms are severe or persisting seeking the opinion of a urologist will be helpful. Investigations like urine routine, urine culture and ultrasound may be needed based on clinical findings. Do keep me posted.
Best luck and take care!
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