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If you have urinary incontinence, it may seem like your bladder controls your life. But, through personal determination, proper education, incontinence management techniques and medical treatments, you may regain control.
Common types of urinary incontinence:
- Overactive bladder
- Stress incontinence
- Mixed incontinence (urge-stress)
- Overflow incontinence
Treatment for urinary incontinence is as individual as each patient. In some cases, a combination of treatments is necessary. Your provider will work with you starting with the least invasive treatments and then moving on to other options.
Possible treatments include: