Is anyone out there working as a teacher? Having this bladder problems makes it difficult for you to function everyday at work. You need to use the bathroom often and it is inconvenient when you are teaching, (you need someone to stay with your class, I mean a staff to replace you). How can my doctor help me with that? what should I ask from him. I don't know if ms qualifies as a disease that you can get restrictions at work.
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