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Interstitial Cystitis (IC) is a condition of the bladder and urethra that affects both men and women. The condition can be diagnosed and treated by a urologist at a urology center near you. Before you visit your urologist, you should be familiar with the most common signs and symptoms of interstitial cystitis so that you can give an accurate description of how they affect you.

The primary symptoms of interstitial cystitis are bladder pain, incontinence, and urinary urgency and frequency. Many women mistake these symptoms for a urinary tract infection and seek UTI treatment from a urologist. Bladder pain will worsen as your bladder fills, and weaken after urination. Pain may also occur in the abdomen, urethra, or vaginal or testicular area. Pain may worsen during sex or while exercising. You will feel the urge to urinate frequently and experience continuous pressure in your lower abdomen.

If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms and would like treatment for IC or incontinence near Nashville, visit Urology Associates, P.C. Our urologists can evaluate your symptoms and determine if you suffer from interstitial cystitis or a urinary tract infection. To schedule an appointment, call 888-656-0667 today.