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Ways to Treat Urinary Incontinence

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If urinary incontinence has become a problem for you, you aren’t alone. It affects many women as they get older. You might be told it’s a part of life. Don’t believe that is true. You can take control again and avoid those annoying leaks that can turn into a major problem. If you don’t want to wear protective garments or pads, you need to find out what can be done to stop the leaks from happening in the first place. To find the best solution, you can talk to our doctor to find out why it is happening. Then you can look for treatments that fit you. Consider some common solutions that could be recommended.

Factors You Can Control

You might think there is nothing you can do about this problem, but you can take steps that could bring you relief. Try looking at your lifestyle. Do you tend to drink large beverages all day long? If so, cut back. The next thing you can try is going to the bathroom on a regular schedule. Look at what works for you. That way, you won’t be as likely to experience sudden urges or leaks. You may also be able to strengthen the muscles in order to have better control. You want your bladder to be as empty as possible before you get on with your daily activities.

Professional Solutions

When you can’t get enough control by yourself, you need to see a doctor about urinary incontinence treatment. Everyone has a unique situation when it comes to urinary incontinence. You’ll be evaluated when you make an appointment at Plateroti Dermatology in Templeton. Then you will have a guide to find the best way you can resolve those troublesome leaks. Oftentimes, the best solution is a simple vaginal rejuvenation treatment. Contact us today to book a consultation and get started!

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