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Hi! A bladder that feels constantly pressured and irritated could be sign of an infection in the urinary tract, pregnancy, bladder stones, nerve damage causing bladder contraction, an enlarged prostate or other obstruction of the urethra tract. So as you see there are many possible causes and you should see your doctor to rule out what's causing your problem in order to find a proper treatment. Take care.
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Hello there,

As April has already mentioned there are various reasons for pressure in the bladder. But mostly it all starts with urinary tract infection and if this condition is left untreated it can have some serious consequences such as kidney infection.

The first thing you should do is to see your doctor because you need to do some tests and analysis so he can confirm what is the cause of your symptoms.

Then he will prescribe you the therapy and most of the urinary tract issues are resolved by drinking antibiotics. also he will recommend increasing intake of fluids because this is beneficial in more than one ways when you have troubles with urinary tract. I hope this was helpful.  

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