Bladder is all normal and healthy in regards to age and anatomy.
During the filling of the bladder; I had spasms in my bladder, tricking my body into thinking I had to go hence the frequency.
I had a spasm at 120 ml another at 150 ml. Once the amount was at 225 ml, the urgency increased and I needed to really go potty.
After I emptied my bladder, I had about 150 ml leftover that was needed to be removed. The average female bladder holds around 400 ml so mine is a wee bit off.
The Treatment plan is to eliminate first thing in morning, walk around 15-20 seconds, go potty again. Throughout the day try again to go potty, walk around 15-20 seconds, go potty again. Repeat before bed.
The other option is to go on the hour every 2 hours during day which may be a task for me since I still go every hour and sometimes twice an hour.
The plan we set was Biofeedback – Percutaneous tibial nerve stimulation (PTNS): a needle is inserted into the tibial nerve near my ankle that sends mild impulse electrode current to stimulate the sacral nerves in low back to help improve or restore bladder functions. He said once a week for 6 weeks but some sites said for 12 weeks. I mean whatever works that’s not a pill. The first visit will be in August.
If the biofeedback doesn’t work then possibly Botox into the bladder or medication. We always ask about natural therapies as I don’t want to be lugging around a pill box so hopefully this biofeedback option works.