About Neurogenic Bladder

Neurogenic Bladder, also known as neurogenic dysfunction of the urinary bladder, is related to urofacial syndrome 1 and lethal congenital contracture syndrome 2, and has symptoms including dysuria, meningism and pain. An important gene associated with Neurogenic Bladder is EBF3 (EBF Transcription Factor 3), and among its related pathways/superpathways are CREB Pathway and Purinergic signaling. The drugs Silodosin and Sulfamethoxazole have been mentioned in the context of this disorder. Affiliated tissues include spinal cord, brain and prostate, and related phenotypes are nervous system and homeostasis/metabolism

Major Symptoms of Neurogenic Bladder

Neurogenic bladder is a condition characterized by the development of urinary symptoms, such as frequency, urgency, and nocturia, in individuals with neurogenic bladder. These symptoms are caused by the interruption of the bladder's normal nervous function, leading to difficulties in storing and releasing urine.

Suitable Lifestyle for People with Neurogenic Bladder

The suitable lifestyle for people with Neurogenic bladder includes the following points:

1. Maintain a regular work and rest schedule: A regular daily routine is very helpful for the recovery of bladder function. Patients should try to go to bed, get up and carry out daily activities at fixed times to avoid excessive fatigue.

2. Control your diet: Avoid spicy, greasy, irritating foods, as well as irritating drinks such as coffee and alcohol to avoid aggravating symptoms. It is recommended to eat more fiber-rich foods such as vegetables, fruits and whole grains to keep bowel movement smooth.

3. Keep the bladder dry: Patients should avoid holding in urine for a long time and try to go to the bathroom in time when the need to urinate arrives to avoid overfilling the bladder. At the same time, after each urination, rinse the private parts with clean water to keep the bladder dry.

4. Moderate exercise: Appropriate exercise can help improve bladder function. Patients can do some mild exercise, such as walking, yoga, etc. , but strenuous exercise should be avoided.

5. Stay in a good mood: A positive attitude can help promote the recovery of bladder function. Patients should avoid negative emotions such as anxiety and tension, communicate more with relatives and friends, and share happiness and troubles.

6. Take medicines as directed by the doctor: Under the guidance of a doctor, patients should take medicines on time and carry out treatment according to the doctor's recommendations.

7. Regular review: Patients should go to the hospital for regular check-ups so that changes in symptoms can be detected early and corresponding measures can be taken in a timely manner.

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