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Can sciatica contribute to or cause incontinence?

I have had this problem with incontinence for years. Used to be just a sneezing or coughing thing but it has now escalated to involuntary moments which are usually small but have been bigger. I also have severe sciatica and am unable to walk for long distances or stand on my feet for very long at a time. Could the sciatica be making it worse?

Thanks for your help.

If you have had babies in the past, some of the muscles in your pelvis could be weak and causing urine to leak

Also, as you get older, you have estrogen. This can also cause relaxation of the things holding up your urethra and causing urinary incontinence

One more thing to check for is uterine prolapse as a cause for incontinence

See your Gynecologist or a Urologist




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5 Responses to “Can sciatica contribute to or cause incontinence?”

  1. notyou311 Says:

    No. They are totally unrelated. You should see a urologist.
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  2. J B Says:

    These are probably not related. If you are a female, as you get older, your pelvic muscles become more lax and do not do their job as well and stress incontinence (sneezing, coughing) is very common. This can be relieved with pelvic exercises to tighten up this area and takes very little time each day. You can go to WebMd and look up urinary incontinence and review their recommendations but there is treatment for this and, it can get better or even go away by a little work on your part.
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  3. Christin K Says:

    No–the problem is coming from your lower spine. You need to get an orthopedist to evaluate your back and spinal nerves. That’s what causes the sciatica. And it can also cause the bladder spasms you describe.

    Please get some help with a good doctor.
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  4. , Says:

    If you have had babies in the past, some of the muscles in your pelvis could be weak and causing urine to leak

    Also, as you get older, you have estrogen. This can also cause relaxation of the things holding up your urethra and causing urinary incontinence

    One more thing to check for is uterine prolapse as a cause for incontinence

    See your Gynecologist or a Urologist
    References :

  5. The One Says:

    I had the same problem, went to a chiropractor and they explained to me that your spine is connected to your inner organs so any spinal misalignment or problem is going to cause issues with your organs. Sciatic nerve is in fact connected to the bladder and can cause you those issues you are experiencing. Some chiropractors can fix sciatic pain but not all can, and not all sciatic problems are fixable. I recommend you see a doctor first and leave a chiropractor as a last resort.
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    Personal experience.

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