Irritable Bowel Syndrome and Bladder Syndrome

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On the pages of my site I want to talk about who is a neurologist-vegetologist and what problems are necessary address to the vegetologist, it is accessible to inform patients how these or other symptoms develop, what are the directions in treatment.

On my neurological reception often people are already desperate, disillusioned in all medicine, with suspicion related to another new treatment regimen. Patients who understand that something is wrong with them; a disease that can not be determined with the help of many diagnostic tests. A disease that doctors can not explain to them, convincing that it is not dangerous. But in fact to the patient from it it is not easier.

In what case should I go to a vegetologist?

  • there are a large number of complaints from various bodies and systems,
  • (pains in the back, in the chest, in the abdomen, in the extremities), pain or burning in the whole body, poorly treatable,
  • Attacks accompanied by interruptions in the heart, lack of air, fear and other symptoms,
  • there is a strong hair loss, there are long-lasting pruritus and skin changes,
  • mood swings, irritability, tearfulness, anxiety, fears,
  • sleep disorders,

In medicine, for many years, the basic approaches to the treatment of neurotic, including autonomic disorders, have been developed. The pharmaceutical industry all over the world has thrown powerful forces into the development of new drugs for the treatment of such patients, understanding the further relevance of such drugs in connection with the increase in morbidity. The Internet is full of information. At all congresses and symposiums (and not only neurological ones) the topic of detection and therapy of neurotic disorders is a red thread. And patients are still looking for their doctor for as long, and this way is often long. But these diseases are quite amenable to treatment. True, treatment requires consideration of the patient's personal qualities, the selection of an individual therapy regimen.

This site is designed to help patients as quickly as possible to get an appointment with vegetalogists in Moscow, dealing with the problem of neurotic disorders.

Organ Neurosis: Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and Irritable Bladder Syndrome (IBSS)

Organ Neuroses- an independent group in a rowpsychosomatic diseases. They include diseases associated with impaired function of internal organs and algic symptoms (painful sensations as a manifestation of a psychosomatic symptom), such as irritable bowel syndrome and irritable syndrome Bladder. The main characteristic of organ neuroses is the chronic course of the disease with the identification of a functional disorders of one organ or organ system, in this case we are dealing with a violation of the intestinal tract and Bladder.

Irritable bladder syndrome (SRMP) is accompanied by cystalgia (imperative and painful urination, a feeling of incomplete emptying of the bladder, pain in the area bladder, in the perineum and unpleasant sensations in the urethra) and impaired emptying of the bladder - frequent urge to urinate with a small amount of secreted urine. This disease is detected in 15% of all cases of diagnosis of "cystitis."

Abdominal pain (abdominal pain, which is permanent and persistent), spastic colitis and constipation, flatulence, sensation of burning in the intestines, spasms and desires for the escape of gases and defecation - symptoms of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). Pain in the abdomen can be different - from mild discomfort, tolerable aching pain to intense constant cramping pain and even intolerable acute pain, similar to intestinal colic. This disease affects 13-52% of patients seeking a gastroenterologist, and a predisposition to the disease can cause a transferred intestinal infection.

For the most part, IBS and SRMP have a psychosomatic nature, i.e. are caused by stress or a prolonged psychotraumatic situation.

It would seem that all of us from time to time experience problems with the digestive tract or with the bladder and nothing terrible with us from this does not happen. But, unlike stomach upset and the effects of sitting on cold surfaces, organ neuroses are not a short-term phenomenon. The state of discomfort is repeated again and again. Gradually, if you do not start treatment immediately, a person becomes dependent on the state of his gastrointestinal tract and urogenital system. The control of one's own organism is lost. Sometimes it may even feel like a person is in prison and a jailer is his own organism. And the longer the disease progresses, the less this prison becomes. Gradually narrowing the zone of comfort - if before a person, without hesitation, could go anywhere, then as the disease develops, the probability a trip somewhere primarily leads him to the idea of ​​whether his body will cope with this and whether the toilet will be where he may have been, will depart. Gradually, the issue of constant accessibility of the toilet becomes very important, since in his absence, anxiety sharply increases and the body, responding to the emotional state, begins to feel even more uncomfortable. The disease can lead to the fact that a person will begin to be afraid to leave the house, being not sure of his physical condition. Fear of incontinence, an unpleasant smell, a sense of shame persecute him. Sometimes it is very difficult to tell your friends about the illness, and in order not to be in an unpleasant situation, a person refuses to meet. The zone of comfort tapers so much that the maximum of what a person can afford with a calm soul is to go to the nearest store. Travel, however, associated with a long stay on the street and in the transport (where there is no possibility of finding a toilet), cause alarm, and often, if they are not necessary, the person refuses them.

The bad news is that many simply do not go to the doctor and try to cure themselves, thinking that this is a common stomach upset or cystitis. Some are ashamed to consult a doctor with similar problems, and they are trying to cure the disease with pills and various folk remedies. However, given the cause of the onset of the disease and the danger of severely traumatizing the gastrointestinal tract or genitourinary system, it is necessary to see a doctor. First of all to the gastroenterologist or urologist for the diagnosis and, in the case of IBS, the definition of a therapeutic diet. And, based on the fact that the SRC and the SRMP are related to psychosomatic diseases, of course, to the therapist. In our Center, a specialist will determine the causes of your syndrome, find exactly the factor that influenced its formation. The reasons may be:

  • emotional, sexual and physical abuse;
  • stressful situations;
  • chronic social stress and anxiety disorders.

Based on the results of the diagnosis, the specialist will find the most suitable way for you to get rid of the problem, help to achieve inner harmony and teach you how to cope with the stresses that may arise in future.

N. 26 years. Reason for treatment: irritable bowel syndrome. Complaints that he can not leave far from home (a sharp narrowing of the comfort zone), a large number of fears associated with the outside world, a reduced background of mood, insecurity. She stopped meeting with friends, because she was not sure that she could leave the house. I could not defend my point of view.

After the psychological work with the specialists of the Center N. became more self-confident, independent and calmer, the symptoms of IBS practically disappeared. The world became safe for her. N. she developed her own strategy of behavior in various life situations and began to understand what she wanted and to do as she wished.

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Irritable Bladder Syndrome and Its Treatment

Friday, March 11th.

Irritable bladder syndrome, treatment and prevention have become urgent and pressing issues for many people. In this article, we will try to answer most of the questions of those people who suffer from such a disease.

Syndrome of a hyperactive bladder is a rather serious disease that requires qualified treatment. At disease at the person there is an involuntary contraction of muscles of a bladder. The cause of this pathology may be hidden in some organic diseases. But sometimes the disease develops without visible organic pathologies. It is in such cases that it is customary to talk about irritable bladder syndrome, the treatment of which will be discussed below.

Irritable Bladder Syndrome: Treatment

Irritable bladder syndrome refers to the category of psychosomatic diseases and often develops as a result of prolonged psychotraumatic situations. Treatment of irritable bladder syndrome is necessary because of an abnormal regulation of the functioning of the bladder by the autonomic nervous system. This violation occurs not only at the central level, but also at the peripheral level.

Treatment of irritable bladder syndrome requires additional procedures to combat emotional disorders and manifestations of vegetative-vascular dystonia.

Manifestations of irritable bladder syndrome and methods of treatment

In order to begin treatment procedures for getting rid of irritable bladder syndrome, you need to first understand its main characteristics, which can be as follows:

  • frequent urination in small volumes;
  • painful urination process;
  • uncontrollable urge to urinate, which require rapid emptying of the bladder;
  • night urination to urinate;
  • constant feeling of insufficient emptying of the bladder.

But in order to finally diagnose the syndrome of irritated bladder and start treatment, it is necessary to exclude possible organic causes, which can also lead to impairment of urinary function the bubble. They can be:

  • prostatitis or prostate tumors;
  • a tumor of the bladder;
  • tumors of the spinal cord and brain;
  • inflammatory diseases of the genitourinary system;
  • neurological diseases;
  • craniocerebral trauma and spinal cord injury;
  • somatic diseases.

Irritable bladder syndrome is a rather unpleasant disease that significantly reduces a person's quality of life. Do not try to self-medicate, because this can only lead to complications. It is best to immediately go to a specialist who will prescribe an effective treatment.

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