I have had bladder issues to varying degrees for the past two years and ASSUMED it was just due to MS as bladder issues are a common complaint amongst those with MS. It turns out that my bladder issues are NOT MS related but due to a prolapsed bladder which is correctable with surgery! I wish to admonish all MS patients not to just assume all symptoms they experience are due to MS even if it IS something that is normally experienced. It could be something else and something that is treatable. No need to suffer unnecessarily or even worse, to let something unaddressed become something more serious, debilitating or even life threatening. When my symptoms first started, I had insurance that would have covered the surgery. Now I don't and it will be a long time if ever when I will be able to get this problem corrected. Please don't make the mistake I made!
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