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Urinary Incontinence

End Bladder Control Problems & Begin Enjoying Life Again

Maybe you noticed a small amount of urine leakage during a vigorous morning run, or perhaps you sneezed and couldn’t control your bladder. The sudden urge to run to the bathroom or the inability to make it to the toilet in time is called urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence affects about 25 million Americans and 75% to 80% of those sufferers are women. Many women who suffer from bladder control problems feel ashamed, embarrassed, and alone. This can lead them to shy away from daily activities they used to enjoy, like exercise, shopping, socializing, and even sexual activity. However, you are not alone, and the condition is treatable.

What Is Urinary Incontinence?

Urinary incontinence involves the involuntary loss of urine, from occasional leakage to complete lack of control. Triggers can include coughing, sneezing, or laughing, among others. Symptoms include urgency, frequency of urination, and not being able to make it to the toilet in time. Although it is more common in older adults, it can occur at any age. About 1 out of every 6 women aged 45+ lives with some degree of urinary incontinence which may lead to emotional, psychological, and social problems.

Continence Programs for Men and Women

The good news is urinary incontinence doesn’t have to control your life forever. We have comprehensive continence programs for both men and women, offering the most advanced treatments for bladder control issues. Our incontinence specialists can help you manage bladder control problems successfully. There are many viable treatment options for urinary incontinence, and our physicians are committed to helping restore your quality of life.

You don’t have to suffer from bladder control problems in silence. Our incontinence specialists understand what you're going through and are here to help with common bladder control conditions such as stress urinary incontinence and overactive bladder.