Treatments for Urinary Incontinence
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The treatment and management of urinary incontinence may involve simple exercises, medications, lifestyle changes, or surgery. The goal of treatment is to stop the leakage, or at least to minimize it and the complications resulting from it.
Treatment involves the following:
American Foundation For Urologic Disease website. Available at: http://www.afud.org/ .
National Association for Continence website. Available at: http://www.nafc.org/site2/index.html .
Last reviewed November 2008 by ]]>Adrienne Carmack, MD]]>
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