I was in my early twenties when I started bladder problems -no accident or injury of any kind. I underwent lots of tests checking emptying etc, and camara insider bladder etc and was given dx neurogenic bladder. I never thought of why at that time I just accepted it but it has been very annoying.
I had a problem with severe fatigue for several months after I was first married and after birth of both children but I just thought because of new routine, working plus own house etc. never followed it up. I have never been able to do late nights.
Probems with my wrist and not able to write was another mystery that went after several months of wearing supportive brace.
I did injure my back slipping down several stairs and consequently everything that followed from then I thought was due to my back. I was later hospitilised because of back and neck causing weakness down left side.
It was after a bout of inability to walk far I became aware something was far from right. MRI of spine showed degenerative disc problem but no stenosis therefore I was given a dx fibroymyalgia. We are of course moving on in years at this point I was in my early 40’s.
To cut a long story short I began to think differently and was referred to neuros who dx functional because normal tests and I did not have LP because I must admit bit scared of the thought of that,
Now with new symptom of back spasms I feel ready to have another round of tests. The other day I was reading an old report from neuro to my GP and he mentioned me having bladder problems for no known reason , this of course was not the case. Hence my question to you all before I go to see another neuro does a neurogenic bladder prove not functional and do you think it would show on MRI after all this time.
I do appreciate all your input and I am fully aware that I probably have more than one problem but I just want to be fully clued up this time. I really do appreciate all your advice.