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Female bladder control problems may be caused by pregnancy and childbirth, diseases such as urinary tract disease, multiple sclerosis and Parkinson's disease, certain prescription medications, and nerve damage, according... More »

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If bladder cancer is suspected, a doctor orders diagnostic tests, such as cystoscopy, biopsy, urine sample analysis and imaging tests such as CT scans, according to Mayo Clinic. For overactive bladder cases, postvoid res... More »

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A person who experiences bladder problems should consult with a medical expert, advises eMedicineHealth. However, the patient can undergo behavioral or medical therapy to reverse problems associated with the bladder. Sur... More »

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