Treating Incontinence

Treating and managing incontinence may involve:
  • Lifestyle changes: Drinking less liquid, avoiding alcohol and caffeine, not drinking before bed and losing weight can help.
  • Medications: Drugs can help reduce bladder irritability and spasms, which reduces urinary urgency and frequency. Men who have a blockage in the urethra may benefit from medications that improve bladder emptying.
  • Exercises: Kegel exercises can help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. Ask your doctor for advice.
  • Surgery: If lifestyle changes and medications are not sufficient, surgery may be necessary. Talk to your doctor about your options.

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