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Diagnosis & Treatment

Urinary incontinence is the leakage of urine. This can range from just a few drops to complete emptying of the bladder. Incontinence can happen spontaneously when the bladder is full (urge urinary incontinence) or be associated with “stress” on the bladder such as sneezing, coughing or laughing (stress urinary incontinence). You may also have a combination of both types (mixed urinary incontinence). Any type of urinary incontinence can be very troubling and unpleasant, often negatively affecting your daily life.

Often times, people who suffer from incontinence become depressed and self-conscious. Incontinence can happen to anyone at any age and affects nearly 1 in 3 women over the age of 60. There are many possible causes of incontinence including weakened pelvic muscles, infection, obesity, chronic medical conditions, medications, improper diet, chronic constipation and more.

Being diagnosed with incontinence is the first step towards starting treatment and getting back in control of your life.


Finding a Solution

With appropriate treatment, incontinence can be significantly improved or cured. Your Women’s Health Care provider will offer various incontinence treatment options depending on your needs including conservative treatment with physical therapy, behavior management and medications, or more aggressive therapy such as TVT incontinence surgery.


Treatment Options

TVT Incontinence Surgery


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