Urinary Incontinence Treatment
- Q How do I do Kegel exercises for urinary incontinence?
Dr. Mehmet Oz, CardiologyKegel exercises are easy to do, but it's important to practice a bit first to make sure you are working the pelvic floor muscles. To get a sense for how that should feel, the next time you're urinating try to stop the stream for a moment. Feel... Full Answer
- Q What types of incontinence can be treated surgically?
Dr. May Wakamatsu, Obstetrics & GynecologyThe most common condition treated surgically is stress incontinence (leaking when coughing or jumping), done by inserting a sling of material to support the urethra. Overactive bladder (frequent urination and urges to urinate) may also be treated... Full Answer