Hyperactive bladder syndrome is a rather serious illness that requires qualified treatment. In case of a person's illness, involuntary contraction of the muscles of the bladder occurs.
The reason for such a pathology may be to hide in some organic diseases. But sometimes the disease develops without visible organic pathologies. It is in such cases that it is common to talk about an irritable bladder syndrome, the treatment of which will be discussed further.
Irritable Bladder Syndrome: Treatment
Irritable urinary bladder syndrome belongs to the category of psychosomatic diseases and often develops as a result of prolonged psycho-traumatic situations. Treatment for irritable bladder syndrome is due to the violation of the regulation of the functioning of the bladder by the autonomic nervous system. In this case, the violation occurs not only at the central level, but also on the peripheral.
Treatment for irritable bladder syndrome requires additional procedures to combat emotional disorders and manifestations of vegetative-vascular dystonia.
Manifestations of irritable bladder syndrome and methods of treatment
In order to begin treatment procedures to get rid of the syndrome of an irritated bladder, it is necessary to begin to deal with its main features, which may be as follows:
- Frequent urination in small volumes;
- Pain in urination process;
- Irrepressible urge to urinate, which require a rapid emptying of the bladder;
- Night urges to urinate;
- Constant feeling of insufficient emptying of the bladder.
But in order to finally diagnose the syndrome of an irritated bladder and start treatment, it is necessary to exclude possible organic causes, which can also lead to a disruption of the function of the bladder. They can be:
- Prostatitis or prostate tumor;
- Bladder tumor;
- Tumor of the spinal cord and brain;
- Inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system;
- Neurological diseases;
- Craniocerebral traumas and injuries of the spinal cord;
- Somatic diseases.
Irritable urinary bladder syndrome is a rather unpleasant disease, which significantly reduces the quality of human life. Do not try to carry out self-treatment, as it can only lead to complications. It is best to immediately contact a specialist who will appoint an effective treatment.