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How is a person with MS who has urinary voiding dysfunction treated?

Urinary voiding dysfunction in people with multiple sclerosis is commonly caused by sphincter dysnergia, which is a lack of coordination between the bladder muscle and the sphincter. Medications that can help relax the bladder sphincter can cause low blood pressure upon standing, and the older population should be monitored closely. 

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