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Questions in the Urogynecology forum are answered by Bruce Crawford, MD, J. Kyle Mathews, MD, and other medical professionals and experts. Topics covered include overactive bladders, bladder pain, fallen/drooping bladder, bowel urgency, bowel prolapse, cystitis, incontinence, pain with intercourse, rectal prolapse, surgery, urinary urgency, and uterine prolapse.

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Hi, Doctor!
I have health problem and I hope to get your helpful advice.
Today Im suffering from difficult start peeing and bladder pain.I feel pressure on my bladder.
Now I drink lots of water and cranberry juice.I go to pee so often.Im feeling strong feeling pee,but I cannot pee.I feel pressure on my bladder,my bladder hurts, because full.Every time when I try pee, I push hard and just a little bit come out,I feel bladder pain also. Trying peeing take sometimes minutes,sometimes hour.When I finally pee,few minutes letter I feel bladder pain.Also I Have noticed if I hold my pee long time(without difficult start peeing) it also bring bladder pain and tears for me!Now my bladder dependant on difficult start peeing.
Sometimes my bladder hurts during intercourse.
So, Doctor, my questios are "What is reason of difficult start peeing?
What natural home treatment can you recommend me, what can to relax my bladder I could to pee withot problem?What is other reason of bladder pain can to be?What natural home treatment for bladder pain do you know?
Thank you so much for your help!
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Difficulty in voiding can be from a variety of issue and you would need an examination and possible testing (Urodynamics) to determine exactly what is going on.  

There are no "natural hormones" that relax the bladder.

Bladder pain is not uncommon.  Many times food and drink can contribute to bladder irritation.  interestingly, cranberry juice is know to irritate the bladder in patients with painful bladder syndromes, Interstitial Cystitis, and Overactive Bladder.   There are list of foods that are known bladder irritants which can be found on the internet.

There are no "natural hormones" for bladder pain specifically.  We use estrogens intravaginally often to help with bladder complaints in post menopausal women.  


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Hi, Doctor!
Thank you so much for your answer.
Last week I had visit to my ob/gynecologist.He made urine test.Everything is fine.I have not UTI.But I still suffer from difficult start pee.My bladder pain dependant on difficult start pee.If I hold my pee long time (I want pee, but I can't) ,i feel bladder pain and pressure on my bladder.When I finally pee its hurt also.
Doctor, what is reason  of difficult start pee could to be? Is it stress?Now me and my kids go through stressful and painful situation.My husband is alcoholic and give us hard time.
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