Multiple sclerosis (MS) damages nerves that send messages to your muscles, which makes them harder to control. The ones connected to your bladder are no different.
Trouble with bladder control is common for people with MS. But it doesn’t have to take over your life. With the right approach, you can get a handle on these issues.
Geriatrician Dr TJ Ong from the Royal Melbourne Hospital talks about managing MS and incontinence.
This video explores:
What is Multiple sclerosis?
Who is at most risk?
How does MS impact the bladder?
What other ways can MS impact the bladder?
and more topics related to MS and incontinence.