First of all, among the neurogenic bladder disorders is so-called. Overactive bladder. This is the most common illness, characterized by frequent urination urgency, night-time sleep, and hard urine backing up to the toilet. They suffer from a very different age, including quite young, but the most affected are over 50.
The second group of diseases refers to stress urine loss, or stress in the continent. It's just a drop of urine in sneezing, coughing or running, without appetites. There is no age specificity - it occurs also in very young women, especially immediately after birth or a few years later, until late. These women have no frequent urge to urinate, nor any other problems except discharge.
The third group is a mixture of the first two - and an overactive bladder, and a stress urinary discharge. In this case, frequent urination with difficulty in urinating and sneezing and coughing have already been combined.
The fourth group of diseases is so-called. Bladder / bladder atrophy, overactive). Again, it occurs in women of all ages. It is characterized by frequent urination urgency, because there is no bladder discharge, a feeling of understeer, urination of a thin stream. There is no leakage but the atony can be combined with stress incontinence and then there is a sneeze and coughing.
Finally, there is total incontinence. It is due to damage to the sphincter, which in principle has to hold the urine. To the problems listed here is the acute or chronic inflammation of the bladder in the woman, which is also a common disease and occurs at different ages. It is important to know that chronic inflammation of the bladder as a single disease should not be considered, it is always an expression of some other functional bladder disorder, which leads to frequent infections, warns Dr. Lazarov. Acute bladder infections are associated with possible gynecological diseases prior to viral infections and, less commonly, with some common infections affecting other organs.