Protect your kidneys
Depending on the characteristics, a neurourological disorder can lead to kidney problems. This is serious and might lead to intensive, time-consuming treatment, reduced quality of life, and early death.
The primary aim of treating neurourological disorders is the conservation of kidney function. Therapeutic measures like catheterization may substantially reduce your quality of life but prevent even more serious problems. If your doctor’s treatment advice seems unreasonable to you, you should discuss your concerns and ask for alternatives.
Depending on the characteristic of your neurourological disorder, your doctor might want to check your kidney function regularly. Your family doctor should be informed and should look for signs of kidney problems.