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Irrespective of the cause, damage to the central nervous system (CNS) can lead to problems with bladder and bowel control. This is known as neurogenic bladder and bowel. Neurogenic bladder is when the bladder muscles do not operate correctly, which can lead to problems such as urinary incontinence (leaking urine). Neurogenic bowel is when the muscles in the rectum and large intestine do not work properly, which can result in constipation, diarrhoea or accidents. In this blog post, we will explore neurogenic bladder and bowel in more detail. We will discuss the symptoms, causes and treatment options for these conditions. We hope that this information will be useful for patients who are affected by neurogenic bladder and bowel.
What are the possible complications of neurogenic bowel?
Did you know that one of the possible complications of neurogenic bowel is constipation? Neurogenic bowel is a condition that results from damage to the nerves that control the muscles in the digestive system. This can cause problems with emptying the stomach, moving food through the intestines, and absorbing nutrients. As a result, patients may experience constipation, diarrhea, and other gastrointestinal problems. If you have neurogenic bowel, be sure to talk to your doctor about any symptoms you are experiencing and how best to manage them. There are many treatments available that can help you live a normal, healthy life.
Neurogenic bowel and pregnancy
Pregnancy can bring on all sorts of new and unexpected changes to the body, including changes in bowel function. For women with neurogenic bowel, this can be especially challenging. In this post, we discuss the symptoms and treatment options for neurogenic bowel during pregnancy. If you are experiencing any problems with your bowels, please talk to your doctor. There are support available and manageable solutions that will allow you to have a healthy and happy pregnancy.
Pulsed irrigation evacuation device
Irrigation evacuation is a technique used by surgeons to remove fluid or other content from a surgical site. A pulsed irrigation evacuation device is a tool that can be used to help with this process. This device creates pulsations, which helps to move the fluid or content out of the surgical site more quickly and efficiently. If you are scheduled for surgery, ask your surgeon if they plan to use a pulsed irrigation evacuation device. If so, you may want to ask what specific benefits this tool can provide. Knowing about the potential benefits of using this device may help you feel more confident about your upcoming surgery.