Yes, it should but as mentioned it is newish for Medicare and insurance companies. Of course you have to have urodynamics etc.. Find a Urologist who does it but should have (SCI) urologist who does this.
It works very very well in most people and lasts 6-12 months for most.
Every now and then someone says it just didn't help but....
Can be done as outpatient also. After injection kicks in in about 7 days or so. Can't be getting or it has to be coordinated if you are getting any type of Botox for spasticity.
I wonder if i could use botox and i just use condom caths?
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I do try to limit my liquid intake at night after about 8 or 9pm so I don't get too terribly much in my bladder. But I have had a morning where I cathed out 1100cc and didn't leak at all with the bladder botox.
I had a botox shot a couple years ago. I had anesthesia but my urologist told me the anesthesia was not enough so I started to develop AD, so they increased the anesthesia and therefore they had to make an intubation... was this necesary?? Botox is a marvel, it completely stops leaking... but that experience was so awful I dont wanna repeat it....