The thing is, we know when something is ‘off’ inside our body. We ignore it, make believe it’s not happening, but whatever it is, it’s not going away. Here is what the Doctors say from Harvard Medical School on Bladder problems:


Bladder problems that warrant a doctor’s visit

illustration of a woman holding her legs together and her hands in front of her pelvic area, having bladder discomfort

Perhaps you think this is all normal. Or maybe you know your bladder is a problem but feel too embarrassed to talk about it.

“These scenarios are extremely common,” says Dr. Mallika Anand, a urogynecologist and female pelvic reconstructive surgeon at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center and assistant professor of obstetrics, gynecology, and reproductive biology at Harvard Medical School.

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