An injury or disease in the nervous system can trigger problems with the bladder. If that's the case, you may need to see a specialist in neurourology.
At UPMC, we treat women and men with neurogenic bladders caused by a variety of neurologic diseases.
Not being able to control your bladder can have a negative effect on your life.
You may say no to social events, decide against travel, or even turn down a job. If you're out in public, you may worry about getting to a restroom in time.
Disease or injury can damage the transmission of nerve signals controlling bladder function, and this can result in neurogenic bladder. If you have this condition, your bladder may leak or not hold urine. Also, your neurogenic bladder may not empty.
UPMC Magee's Bladder Clinic is part of Urology Services at UPMC.
Our doctors support the needs of those with conditions that often go hand in hand with bladder control problems, such as:
The neurourology experts diagnose and treat neurogenic bladders.
We offer a full array of state-of-the-art tests and treatments:
To learn more or make an appointment at UPMC Mercy's Neurogenic Bladder Clinic, call 412-232-5850.
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