Foods that contain artificial sweeteners and sugar substitutes such as aspartame, acesulfame K, saccharin and stevia, can cause symptoms of bladder irritation.
These sweeteners are abundant in diet drinks, low-sugar yogurts…
Hot spicy foods and spices, some vegetables, fruits or carbonated drinks, alcohol, caffeine … can irritate the bladder.
Bladder irritation or irritation can cause conditions such as overactive bladder (hyperactive bladder), interstitial cystitis (bladder pain and increased pressure on the pelvic area) or bladder stones.
Some of the foods and drinks below have an increased risk of bladder irritation, causing symptoms such as frequent urination, difficulty holding urine, or pain when urinating.