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How to Treat Urinary Incontinence

Incontinence affects millions of men and women worldwide, so you shouldn’t feel embarrassed to seek treatment. In many cases, urinary incontinence is curable, and the condition is always manageable.

Incontinence treatments

The type of incontinence you’re experiencing will dictate the treatment that is suitable for you. The first step to overcoming incontinence should always be to speak to your GP, who’ll work with you to offer suitable treatment. This could include:



These are a series of tests used to evaluate bladder function so, if needed, further treatment can be recommended.

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Medication is available which may cure urge incontinence, by suppressing bladder contractions and delaying the urge to urinate.

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Incontinence surgery

Surgery is an option in severe cases of urinary incontinence, but it should be considered carefully as procedures can be invasive.

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Tension-Free Vaginal Tape

The TVT surgical procedure is used to help control stress incontinence in women by closing the urethra and bladder neck.

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Lifestyle changes to manage incontinence 

Simple lifestyle changes can help you to manage incontinence and stop it making a significant impact on your life.

Pelvic floor exercises

A weakened pelvic floor can be the reason for incontinence. Do regular Kegel exercises to keep muscles strong, for better bladder and bowel control.

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Managing your incontinence

The sooner you seek help and advice, the sooner you’ll be able to find an incontinence treatment that works for you.

Whether you opt for medication or surgery, or decide to make some simple lifestyle adjustments, incontinence shouldn’t stop you doing the things you enjoy.

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