I was in gymnastics for 10 years and competed for 5 years. I hear stories about people being in major accidents and then experiencing their first bladder symptoms but I have never had an event like this. So I was thinking about this and thinking about how many times I fell off the beam or bars or ran right into the vault and hit my bladder...it must have happened 1000s of times....could there be a relation? Other than falling on your rear, the abdominal area took the majority of the hits. It's strange to me that I didn't consider this sooner. Does anyone else have a similar experience? Could this have led to my IC today?
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