Nice to see you here. This is Kitt. For a urine problem you would want to see a urologist as you could have a prolapsed bladder. Childbirth and menopause are the main risk factors for bladder prolapse. If you are incontinent of urine and stool, you could have many causes..............any back problems, herniated discs?
It may serve you well to see a Family medicine physician and see what they think as far as what may be going on and from there if you need a specialist you could go on.
I know with out insurance this is a tough one for you.
Attends Plus with leakage barrier is a good product. My sister used this one when she had C-Diff.
Gentle Hugs to you hun,
Here is a bit more about the disk issue. I did have one friend who had this but it is not common. Rarely, disk herniation can cause cauda equina syndrome, which is the compression of spinal nerve roots. Relieving the pressure that causes cauda equina syndrome often requires emergency surgery, because it can cause permanent weakness or paralysis if it's not corrected. The following signs and symptoms, which suggest cauda equina syndrome, warrant a trip to the emergency room:
Significant or increasing pain, numbness or weakness spreading to one or both legs
Bladder or bowel dysfunction, including incontinence or difficulty urinating even with a full bladder
Progressive loss of sensation in areas that would touch a saddle (inner thighs, back of legs and area around the rectum)
Your sx appear to be a night so it is more likely not from the disk.
I am glad to hear you are going to get it checked out.
Your GYN that treated you so inhumane was a poor excuse for a physician who should be treating the whole patient. That is very sad to hear he was such a jerk.
You are always welcome here my friend.