What Can Cause a Bladder to Not Empty All the Way?

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The retention of urine and the incomplete process of bladder emptying can be caused by an inadequately contractile bladder, a urethral sphincter obstruction, or both. When the bladder does not contract properly, some urine remains in the bladder. If this condition is left untreated, it can lead to a urinary tract infection and/or kidney damage.
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Urinary withholding and partial emptying can result from several causes such as urethral obstruction, bladder dysfunction or myogenic failure. This disorder has become more common and it can often be silent up to end-stage of excess incontinence.
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