Finding a Urologist in your area who specializes in the treatment of ED is important.
Urinary incontinence is a frustrating and sometimes embarrassing condition defined by involuntary leakage.1 It’s causes are numerous, but fortunately, so are the treatment options. Life doesn’t have to slow down just because you’re experiencing symptoms of bladder leakage. If you are concerned about incontinence, explore the many treatment options available and talk to your urologist about which one is right for your situation.
Leakage is usually the result of a damaged sphincter, the muscle that controls the flow of urine out of the bladder. When the sphincter can’t fully close off the urethra, leakage occurs. For effective diagnosis and treatment, a urologist must determine the exact cause.
Common causes of bladder leakage include:
There are three basic types of urinary incontinence. Proper diagnosis is important for treatment success. Read about the different types, take this symptom quiz, and talk to your urologist about your responses to determine what type of incontinence you may be experiencing.
Options to Try Today
There are many options for handling urinary incontinence, including some that don’t require a physician’s assistance. If you’re just starting to explore treatment options, you may want to try these first.
Options That Require a Doctor’s Help
Restoring continence, rather than simply managing it, requires a more substantial treatment. Taking the severity of your condition into account, you and your doctor can work together on a treatment plan. It’s important that you understand all the options available, and that you share your thoughts and concerns with your doctor.
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