It's hard to find an outlet to discuss problems with your bladder control. Anything from frequent to painful urination might make you feel like an outsider with your friends, but you might be surprised by how many people suffer from urinary dysfunction. When it comes down to it there's generally a way to make your bladder gladder, but you've got to have a conversation with your doctor and physical therapist first!
We'll go more in-depth on each of these disorders, but for now just know physical therapy can help ease discomfort in urinary incontinence, nocturia, urinary frequency, urgent or painful urination, difficulty or weak urination, urinary retention, and bladder prolapse. These diagnosis might sound familiar or quite foreign, but rest assured if you think you have a urinary dysfunction then chances are good that you do.
Physical therapy can help reduce discomfort and make your bladder gladder. Consider pt in addition to or instead of medication. You might be surprised how much progress can be made with a talented physical therapist on your side.