If someone has experienced an injury to their spinal cord or if they have a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis, they may also experience detrusor sphincter dyssynergia as well.  This condition involves a problem with the central nervous system that affects the bladder and urinary tract.  Symptoms of this problem typically include frequent urinary tract and bladder infections, constipation, and incontinence during both daytime and nighttime.  This condition can be painful, as it can be difficult to urinate and urinary retention can occur.

Detrusor sphincter dyssynergia occurs in someone who has had enough trauma to their nervous system to keep it from having the right reflexes and the ability to make the proper connections in the body.  People in the later stages of multiple sclerosis will often suffer from this condition due to their nervous system getting more and more damaged over the course of the disease. …