Bladder diseases refer to any disorders that affect the bladder. These disorders can range from mild to severe and can be either acute or chronic. Some common bladder diseases include urinary tract infections, interstitial cystitis, and bladder cancer. Symptoms of bladder diseases can vary depending on the specific disorder but may include pain, urinary urgency or frequency, and blood in the urine. Treatment for bladder diseases will also vary depending on the specific disorder but may include antibiotics, surgery, or chemotherapy.
Neurogenic bladder: Neurogenic bladder is a condition where the nerves that control the bladder are damaged. This can happen as a result of an injury, stroke, or other diseases that affect the nervous system.
Cystocele or bladder prolapse: Cystocele or bladder prolapse is a condition in which the bladder bulges into the vagina. This can happen if the tissues that support the bladder weaken or loosen. Cystocele is also called prolapsed bladder.
Oliguria: Oliguria is a medical term for a decreased production of urine. It may be a sign of dehydration, kidney failure, or other problems. One of the most common causes of oliguria is dehydration.
Inflamed bladder: Inflamed bladder or Cystitis is a condition characterized by the inflammation of the bladder. The most common symptom is pain and burning during urination.