just in the mornings when my pelvic is in pain and feels i need to release my bladderiam bent over and can hardly get out of the bed
You may want to ask your doc about "pelvic floor manipulation" physical therapy. This helps streangthen the muscles in pelvis, which also support the bladder, etc. (or try kegal exercises at home to streangthen muscles)..
I live with chronic pelvic pain (CCP) and am 36 weeks pregnant, and believe me, I can relate to the "dieing in pain" when trying to get out of bed in the morning! (It feels like I have a stabbing/stitching pain that is so intense that I want to screem bloody murder than move to get out of bed, and then when I go pee, I feel a bit better, most of the time anyway!)
I hope this helps a little! You aren't alone... and like the others said, more details mean more help&support :0)
Whether man or woman (doesn't matter) but I had a serious issue when I was just 14. I woke up one morning in excruciating pain and walked doubled over to my parents bedroom. I was in so much pain I could not stand upright. My mother had me lie down in bed and she started manipulating my lower abdomen. And, let me tell you I was seeing STARS. One thing led to another and I am on my way to the hospital for an emergency appendectomy.
After all that... the surgeon comes in to talk with me and my mom. No problem with my appendix, which is now gone. However, there was a problem with the bladder. It was so distended but I couldn't pee. That resulted in being catheterized and then a sample taken from that to see what was up. That was a long, long time ago so I may not be remembering everything exactly but I do remember having an infection plus "gravel" in my urine.
How's that for pain??? Perhaps you have an infection... maybe you are not flushing yourself properly or completely when you do go and maybe you have stones (like gravel). That would be a dietary issue then to correct after a urine sample is taken and studied. The end result is that what ever is going on, go to a urologist sooner rather than later... or a doctor you are comfortable with.
I hope there is nothing serious going on with you and it is resolved completely and without further issue. I would love to hear how you are doing after you see somebody. This could be nothing serious but it doesn't sound like it is going to resolve on its own.
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