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Urinary incontinence is a very common condition. It occurs in as many as one out of four women above forty years old. However, it can be successfully treated and/or cured in most cases. In fact, most patients can be addressed without surgery - that is, with medications, behavioral changes, and exercises. It is a very uncomfortable condition that can be easily addressed and corrected. If surgery is required, most cases are performed with a minimally invasive surgery approach.

Take the Incontinence Quiz! Do you know the signs of urinary incontinence?

  • Do you lose urine when you cough, sneeze, laugh, lift, jump or run?
  • Do you have to hurry to the bathroom to empty your bladder when it's full?
  • Do you sometimes have difficulty making it to the bathroom in time?
  • Do you find it necessary to use some kind of protection, i.e. pads, panty liners, diapers, etc?
  • Do the sight and sound of running water cause you to lose urine?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, please contact us for an appointment.

 

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