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Question by  madcookie83 (65)

What is the treatment for an enlarged bladder?

I have an enlarged bladder.


Answer by  JohnG31 (47)

Depending on the severity of the symptoms, an enlarged bladder can be treated with anticholinergic medications to allow for spasms to subside, allowing the bladder to contract fully rather than to be over-active. In severe cases, electric nerve stimulation may be required, or a pessery placed for women with enlarged bladders.


Answer by  juliannna (639)

Not much can be done about this. if you cannot pee enough then they can give you medicine to increase your kidney function. if you pee too much and are having accidents diapers are a good choice


Answer by  Vanasatchy (816)

Treatment is very important for an enlarged bladder. One will have pain after urinating, less urine,blood in the urine pain in the abdomen and sometimes fever. You take medications that may cause urinary problems, like diuretics, antihistamines, antidepressants, or sedatives. Do NOT stop or adjust your medications on your own without talking to your doctor


Answer by  shijo (861)

Urinary Tract Infection is the cause of enlarged bladder. It should be treated with antibiotics. Drink lots of water and urinate frequently. This may help in reducing the infection in the bladder. If the condition persists then you must consult an urologists as soon as possible. Good toilet hygine must be practised.

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