... young. I've tried everything in the book, several tablets, eurdynamics, pelvic floor etc etc. I've had ultrasounds done too. I was just wondering if there are any surgical options open to me, as this is a very distressing thing considering I am at school. It is beginning to really impact me, with more people beginning to notice. I am fourteen, sorry, I lied to the website. I just wanted to know if I could get answers. My doctor doesn't specialise in this
There are surgical options but you are awfully young for this. I would recommend, as Kaismama did, and thats to see a good urologist. If you can find a pediatric urologist, even better. Have they ever gave you a reason as to why you have urge incontinence? If they can find the reason why you have it, then they can treat the cause. There are a lot of tests they can do, for instance, your bladder my not be emptying fully when you pee so this may cause you to be half full all the time. Go onto Dex online and see if there are any pediatric urologists in your area or you can call your local hospital (if you have a Children's Hospital, start there) and ask if they have one on staff. At age 14, you need a doc who understands problems with young bladders. If you cannot find a pediatric urologist, you can go to a regular urologist.
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