Neurology. I go to the bathroom a lot
Q: I’m a man in my early 20s. Recently, I pee a little bit, and I often go to the bathroom. At first, I thought it was because of stress. I checked the symptoms on the Internet and found out that it was a condition called neurological binuria.
It is said that neurological urology is a common symptom that occurs after a severe bowel movement. Is it a condition that can occur even if you get a little stress like me?
My symptoms are much better than before. I don’t have much to stress about. The bladder is still sensitive. Is this also a neurological urinary symptom? Or is it a temporary symptom due to simple stress?
If neurological urology is correct, should I visit the urologist for urine tests and receive additional psychiatric treatment?
The disease is simply medication to stabilize the nerves, and treatment depends on the patient’s will. It’s so unfair. I’m only 22 years old and if I get sick like this, how should I live my life?
A: Neurology can occur at a wide range of ages, from children to the elderly. It’s a disease that often occurs in people who are more likely to be female than men and have a sensitive personality.
There are no anatomical abnormalities, only functional symptoms. The bladder feels like the brain needs to pee when there is about 250cc of urine at the top, but neurogenic anemia feels significant even if the bladder is 100cc of urine because the bladder is not stable.
The cause of urinary tract is the involuntary stress that causes the nerves governing the bladder to contract. The treatment is to take a drug that blocks contracting nerves. It’s better if you take medicine three to four days. Don’t worry.