I was diagnosed with Clinically Isolated Syndrome (CIS) around 18 months ago.
I have luckily had no clear cut symptoms showing a relapse/possible MS since and I seem to have recovered well.
However I now think I am having signs of urinary incontinence. I release urine when I blow my nose, sneeze and when I laugh, only small amounts. This has lasted around 2-3 weeks
If this considered to be urinary incontinence?
I am only 29 years old and have never been through childbirth so to me this should not be happening.
When I had my episode of (CIS) I think I suffered from urinary hesitancy, even though I needed to empty my bladder it took me a long time a huge effort to do so. This lasted for about 2 weeks then cleared up. At the time I dismissed it as part of a bladder infection I was being treated for, as this was one of my first symptoms, a lot more came later and by the time I was in hospital, I had forgotten all about this bladder problem.
Could this just be related to an old problem?
Basically has anyone else had anything similar?
Should I worry as I appear to have no other symptoms (apart from fatigue which is nothing new)?
I am working abroad right now, so it is not so easy to pop into my GP to clear these answers up, so any help or advice, and answers to my questions would be great.