Damage to the urinary bladder (the organ that stores
urine from the kidneys) or the urethra (the tube
through which urine travels from the bladder to the
outside). Due to its well-protected location, bladder
injury is rare.
Usually a pelvic-bone fracture that punctures the bladder
A punctured bladder or urethra requires emergency
hospital treatment. Most cases heal with bed rest, time,
supportive treatment or surgery.
Stay as active as your strength allows. Allow 1 month for recovery. Don't return to work or resume sexual relations until healing is complete.