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Question: pan in sides and urinary incontinance
|tcouchenour - Thu Dec 03, 2009 12:18 am||
Hello I am 30 years old and a female. I have had a c section no vaginal births. I have had lots of side pain but its not extreme pain and its n both sides. I also urinate when I stand up or cough. Sometimes wen I am doing nothing at all. Its not alot each time but alot over the course of the day. I go alot during the night an I gofirst thing in the morning. Wihout haveing anything to drink in the morning I still urinate without warning. I have no urination pain and no pressur or feeling of hving to go all the time. sonogam of my ovaries was good. Whats wrong with me
|Dr.M.Aroon kamath - Sat Dec 19, 2009 9:34 am||
You seem to have many features of urge incontinence and some features of stress incontinence as well.
It is probable that you could be having a 'Mixed incontinence'.This is perhaps,the most common type of incontinence in women. The pathophysiology of mixed urinary incontinence is as yet unclear & still being investigated.
Mixed urinary incontinence is characterized by involuntary passage of urine associated with urgency as well as exertion, (sneeze,cough,or any other act that increases intra-abdominal pressure).
You need a urological consultation so that tests may be performed to categorize and then treatment may be formulated.
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