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Unread 04-18-2005, 02:07 PM
bladder spasms and stress...

Hi "Sisters",
It has been a long time for me to visit this site, life has been busy with kids and a major house renovation. In a nutshell, I have basically been bladder pain free for over a year. A week ago to be blunt, I decided to let my hubby out of his "monk" state lol and have sex which did hurt some. I also had a very painful cortisone shot in the front of my knee which sent me through the roof, and then had a very stressful week emotionally and bam. The spasms back which I couldn't believe. I don't know what triggered this again, I truly thought I was home free with the spasms following my hyster. in 2001! Despite the bladder adhesion to the uterus which caused some scar tissue, I thought this was long behind me. My question to you ladies is have any of you noticed that stress triggers bladder spasms? I'm really confused and honestly depressed again that I am feeling this way again. Any input would be appreciated

I thank you all for your continued support!
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Unread 04-18-2005, 07:49 PM
bladder spasms and stress...

((((Paula))))) I'm so sorry the spasms are back I do not have any answers for you but, hopefully, someone will come along to shed some light on the issue.

In the meantime, it would be a good idea to ask your urologist if there is a link between stress and bladder issues.

Sending lots of s your way. I do hope that things will improve for you, very soon.
Unread 04-18-2005, 07:52 PM
bladder spasms and stress...

Stress can trigger all sorts of pain throughout the body. The bladder is a muscle, so it can tense up, I think. I have had bladder pain for quite a while now, and it went completely away when I went on vacation by myself at my in-laws' retirement community and did absolutely nothing. As soon as I returned home and went to work, I felt the pain returning within a week. Another indication, relaxation techniques are taught as part of pain management.

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