Bladder neck stenosis is a condition characterized by a narrowing or obstruction of the bladder neck, which is the area connecting the bladder to the urethra. This narrowing can cause difficulty in completely emptying the bladder during urination and can lead to unpleasant urinary symptoms.
- Difficulty urinating: The narrowing of the bladder neck can make it difficult to initiate or maintain urine flow during urination.
- Frequent urination: Since the bladder is not completely emptied due to the stenosis, the patient may feel the need to urinate more often.
- Pain or discomfort during urination: Bladder neck stenosis can cause pain, burning, or discomfort during urination.
- Urinary incontinence: In some cases, bladder neck stenosis can lead to episodes of urinary incontinence due to difficulty in controlling urine flow.
To understand the most appropriate treatment for bladder neck stenosis, it is advisable to schedule an appointment with Professor Christian Gozzi for a specialist consultation.