The disease of multiple sclerosis occurs via many symptoms of the urinary tract, such as:
1. Increased frequency:
Sometimes the patient urinates every 15-20 minutes, usually expelling small amounts of urine each time. The frequency depends on the rate of urine production and the ability of the bladder for retention thereof.
2. Urgent urination (urgency):
Often patients feel the need to urgently go to the bathroom while complaining about inability to inhibit diuresis otherwise.
3. Guttate leakage of urine (dribbling): This usually happens in extreme urination and inability to hold your urine.
4. Retention (hesitancy): The patient can not urinate.
5. Incontinence (incontinence): Referred to as inability to hold urine.
The above symptoms combined with urodynamic testing may lead an experienced urologist in early diagnosis of the disease, even before it was given prominent neurological clinical picture.