Publisher: Kenneth Kee
Publication Date: March 27, 2019
Binding: Kobo eBook
This book describes Bladder Diseases, Diagnosis and Treatment and Related Diseases
Oh My bladder I must protest
The patient really put me to the test
Oh, bladder, just hold on a little bit longer
My sphincter muscles just got to be stronger
They say Kegels will help strengthen my muscles
And also eating a lot of Brussels
But when I feel a little sneeze come from the head
There is always that trickle running down my leg
I really love to go outside for fresh air
Do not sneeze my nose, just hold it there
Otherwise I will have to run and hide
And then to wear a diaper tight
Stay strong for me, will you
Squeeze that muscles that is due
Do not ever forget
Or the panties will be wet
As the days and months went on
My muscles started getting strong
And as I learned to cope
I discovered the meaning of hope.
An original poem by Kenneth Kee
The bladder is a round, bag-like organ that keeps the urine to a certain volume after which it is passed out.
It is sited in the pelvic area, just below the kidneys and right behind the pelvic bone.
While it is essentially a human storage tank, it is very complicated in its design.
The bladder is normally the size of a large grapefruit.
It can stretch much larger when required, though, and shrinks back when it is empty.
In fact, it can retain around 16 ounces (almost half a liter) of urine at one time for two to five hours comfortably).
It is normal to urinate around 6 to 8 times in a 24-hour period.
More frequent trips to the bathroom may indicate a disorder with the bladder, though it is frequent to urinate more as one becomes older.
The bladder is attached to the kidneys by two long tubes called ureters.
When urine is produced by the kidneys, it moves down the ureters to the bladder, where it ...