Bladder diverticula are small pouches or protrusions that form in the bladder wall. These pouches can cause uncomfortable urinary symptoms and may require appropriate treatment.
- Difficulty fully emptying the bladder: Diverticula can obstruct normal urine flow, causing a sensation of incomplete bladder emptying after urination.
- Frequent urination: Due to the impaired bladder emptying capacity, an increase in urination frequency can occur.
- Recurrent urinary tract infections: Diverticula can facilitate the accumulation of bacteria in the bladder, increasing the risk of recurrent urinary tract infections.
Blood in the urine: In some cases, bladder diverticula can cause the presence of blood in the urine.
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