Important Information on Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence affects millions of people across the United States every single day. It is a particularly pervasive issue among women who are pregnant, recently gave birth or are postmenopausal. Without the proper information and treatment, women may be afraid to live their lives as they would like to, fearing embarrassing situations and leakage at the worst possible times.

Our goal is to keep women informed about the symptoms that they face and the types of treatments available to them to reduce or prevent the occurrences of this medical condition. You should not have to fear embarrassment on a daily basis — with proper diagnosis and treatment, you can continue to live a full, normal life with few inconveniences or worries.

On this site, you can learn more about a variety of topics related to urinary incontinence, such as:

  • Types of urinary incontinence. There are three types of urinary incontinence: stress, urge and mixed incontinence. Each of these has its own set of symptoms and common treatments. Learn more about these types of incontinence and determine whether your symptoms match up with one of the three.
  • Treatments for urinary incontinence. There are numerous types of urinary incontinence treatments in categories ranging from behavior changes to medication and surgery. Each type of treatment is meant for specific symptoms, and could have inherent risks in addition to its benefits. Browse these common treatments and learn more about how they are performed, how they benefit you and the potential risks involved.
  • Helpful urinary incontinence resources. Several organizations across the country exist to support people with urinary incontinence and other urologic conditions. There are also a variety of clinical research studies available for you to browse to stay up to date on the latest developments in treating this condition. Get involved with these organizations to get the information and support you need to live your life the way you see fit.

If you have questions about any information found on this site, please don’t hesitate to contact us or speak to your doctor.