- Diet and nutrition
- Mental health
- Relationships and family
- Sexuality and intimacy
- Bladder care
- Bowel care
- Skin care
- Pain or hypersensitivity
- Autonomic dysreflexia
- Other issues and complications
Immediately after a spinal cord injury, management is the same for both types of bladders (UMN and LMN).
After spinal shock has subsided, your bladder requires different types of management, according to what type of neurogenic bladder you have.
Working out the specific functioning of your renal system post your spinal cord injury is vital. Only after this is done can an effective management plan be put in place.
Your renal and urinary systems have been compromised by your spinal injury, and urinary tract complications are common. To help avoid these, it’s essential that your bladder is managed appropriately.
Information about funding for continence, or urinary, equipment for people living with a spinal injury.
Bladder spasms are common after a spinal cord injury and cause urinary incontinence. There are several medicines used to reduce the symptoms of bladder problems.