If you have trouble starting to urinate or maintaining urine flow, you may have urinary hesitancy. In some cases, it may lead to urinary retention. It can be very serious. Urinary hesitancy can result from a variety of medical conditions. If you experience it, make an appointment with your doctor.
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See a health care professional if you have symptoms of a bladder problem, such as trouble urinating, a loss of bladder control, waking to use the bathroom, pelvic pain, or leaking urine. Bladder problems can affect your quality of life and cause other health problems. Your doctor may be able to help you treat your UI by recommending a lifestyle change or a change in how much medicine you normally take. These symptoms can signal a serious health problem, including inflammation of the bladder, also called cystitis , or even bladder cancer. Certain life events and health problems can lead to stress incontinence in women by weakening the pelvic floor muscles.