What happens when bladder is stretched?
Why would you need your bladder stretched?
What is the treatment for bladder stretching?
What is the recovery time for a bladder stretch?
Is bladder stretching painful?
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Frequently Asked Questions
What happens if your bladder is stretched?
What happens if you stretch out your bladder?
How do you fix a stretched bladder?
What is the medical term for bladder stretch?
- What is the recovery time for bladder stretch surgery?
- Your doctor will do a test to check the strength of your bladder about 2 or 3 weeks after surgery. When your doctor has made sure that there are no leaks in your bladder, the catheters will be taken out. You will probably be able to go back to work and most of your usual activities in 4 to 6 weeks.
- Can anything be done for a stretched bladder?
- A provider can usually treat a distended bladder by draining it. It's important to treat any underlying causes of urinary retention. Let your provider know if you're having trouble peeing or have abdominal or pelvic pain, especially if you've recently had surgery.
- Is bladder stretching good?
- Bladder training can then help them to regain at least some control over their bladder. The bladder muscle can be trained to stretch more so that the bladder is able to hold more urine.
What is bladder stretching
|What to expect after bladder stretching?
|This stretches the bladder so that your doctor can look closely at the inside of your bladder. After the cystoscopy, your urethra may be sore at first, and it may burn when you urinate for the first few days after the procedure. You may feel the need to urinate more often, and your urine may be pink.
|What happens if you over stretch your bladder?
|Typically, the bladder walls become thicker and then grow because they are overstretched. This condition is also known as “bladder hypertrophy.” The bladder is a sac inside our bodies that holds our urine before it's excreted.
|What happens after bladder stretching?
|Stretching may temporarily block pain signals sent by nerves in the bladder. Sometimes your pain symptoms may temporarily get worse 4 to 48 hours after bladder stretching. However, your pain levels should return to your previous level or improve within 2 to 4 weeks.
- What are the complications of bladder distention?
- Bladder over-distension may lead to undesirable autonomic manifestations such as vomiting, bradycardia, hypotension, hypertension, cardiac dysrhythmias, or even asystole.
- How do you know if your bladder is overstretched?
- Pain, pressure or tenderness in your pelvis or abdomen. You may also have other symptoms of urinary retention, like peeing very little or with a weak stream, or feeling the need to pee right after you've gone.
- How long will you be out of work for bladder stretching
- This will usually heal by leaving a catheter draining the bladder for 5-7days but can sometimes require open surgery to repair the bladder. Damage to the blood