My bladder feels full all the time, no matter how often I go to the toilet.
I'm mother to three healthy children, two are almost two and one is three. I had all three naturally. With the birth of the twins I had an epidural and a catheter.
Since then, I've had a full bladder. Or at least, that is what it feels like. I've seen a number of GPs about my problem and have gotten the same answer every time: "Are you doing your pelvic floor exercises? Yes. Good, work harder at them."
My blood sugar is normal and my weight is slowly going back to normal as well. I rarely drink anything other than water or herbal tea (Rooibos).
My urine is light in color.
I have been living with this feeling of having a full bladder for the 23 months. What can I do to reduce it?
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