Incontinence. It’s a seldom-discussed topic. But it affects nearly HALF of women over the age of 50, to some degree.
It doesn’t just affect the aging population, though. Women often experience some incontinence after childbirth, too.
You may be coping by using special undergarments, limiting fluid intake, avoiding certain activities, and even modifying your wardrobe. It may even be affecting your quality of life. What else can you do?
Maybe you feel embarrassed by it, but you should know that there are treatment options! So, speak up!
– First step — talk to your doctor.
– Depending on your unique situation, treatment can include:
– Lifestyle changes (i.e. losing weight)
– Bladder training
– Pelvic floor exercises
– Bladder support devices
If you’re struggling with urinary incontinence, don’t wait another day! Call our office to discuss this all-too-common issue with one of our fantastic providers, and start living your life to the fullest again!
Delaware Office: 716-877-1221
Transit Office: 716-684-5454