Urinary Incontinence Treatment
- Q Is there a cure for urinary incontinence?
You may be able to cure your urinary incontinence, depending on what the underlying cause is. Physical therapy might be enough to strengthen the muscles that control the bladder, eliminating incontinence. In other cases, medications may work. Medical... Full Answer
- Q How can my doctor help with bladder problems?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineThere’s a lot your doctor can do to help if you have a bladder control problem, but it may take a little trial and error. First, after a full medical exam and history teases out the source of your problem, your doctor will probably suggest some... Full Answer
- Q Do I need to see a specialist for bladder problems?
Dr. Michael Roizen, Internal MedicineBetter to do so sooner rather than later if things are persisting. Your gynecologist, midwife, nurse practitioner, or family practice doctor will know a lot about urinary incontinence issues during menopause. If things are not resolved, though, your... Full Answer