Stress Urinary Incontinence Treatments
If you have been diagnosed with or think you may have Stress Urinary Incontinence or bladder weakness as it is often referred to, you can use the drop down menus below to find out about the different types of treatments that may be offered to you, as well as ways of helpling yourself. This information can be used in conjunction with support from your GP or health professional to help you find the right course of treatment best suited to your individual needs; enabling you to manage your condition and improve your quality of life.
Please use this information carefully and always speak to your GP or health professional, they can explain what is causing your problem and how the different treatments may help you. They will also talk to you about any side effects, these are extra problems that can be caused by the treatment. Together, you can decide which treatment is the most suitable.
When you have been diagnosed you will first be offered what are known as conservative treatments, which include ways in which you can help yourself, like lifestyle changes.
Medication may be offered to you as an option, alongside some conservative treatments, depending on your symptoms and medical history. Surgery is a final option and will not normally be considered until you have tried other treatments for a length of time without success.
The treatment information contained in the following pages is provided as a general guide and should not be treated as a substitute for the medical advice of your own GP or any other health professional. B&BF is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made or based upon the information provided on this website. Always consult your own GP or health professional if you are in any way concerned about your health.Last updated: 13/11/2013
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