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I have a neurogenic bladder caused by spina bifida oculta. I have nerve damage so I cannot completly void without cathing myself. My bladder only holds a little less than 200 cc of urine, if I do not empty I will have leakage. This is a pain. Also if I become excited, nervous, or have to run I will leak. Sometime during sexual intercourse right before or during climax, urine will FLOW. Thank God for my hubby, he tolerates it. Is there anything new out there that can "fix" me? Also I think that because of my sugery at 7 to remove the growth around my spine alot of nerves where moved around or even severed. It has left me with numbness down the back of my things, and my labias. I dont now have a ton of sensation during sex, can this be fixed.
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