If you’re reading this article, you, or someone you know, have likely dealt with some form of incontinence before. It’s a common occurrence (more common than most think!), and can be a source of daily annoyance, shame and fear in our lives.
For those living with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), bladder dysfunction is often present and can greatly affect the quality of one’s life. Symptoms such as hesitation, interrupted or weak flow, incomplete emptying, incontinence, frequency, and pain are reported by many who suffer from MS. However, there is hope. Many treatments are available to those living with this condition. Watch the videos below to see how Amy, an MS sufferer, bravely describes her struggles with neurogenic bladder, and her amazing transformation after she started treating it with Botox.