Urinary incontinence refers to the leakage of urine even when a person doesn’t want to. So, it is an involuntary act. The control over the leakage may totally lost or becomes weak. This issue is considered as normal, as various people are affected by it. According to researches and American Urological Association, almost ¼ to 1/3 of the population is suffering from urinary incontinence in the United States. Also, almost 48 percent of women are suffering from urinary incontinence in Dubai. The stats reveal that this problem is more common among woman as compared to men. So, you should know the facts regarding it and the ways through which this issue can be treated.

Fast Facts On Urinary Incontinence

Following are the fast facts regarding this health problem.

  • Different reasons lead to this health issue.
  • The risk factors for this problem include smoking & obesity.
  • This problem is more common among females as compared to males.

What are the types of incontinence?

You may wonder to know that urinary incontinence happens in different types. These types include;

  • Stress Incontinence
  • Urge Incontinence
  • Overactive Bladder
  • Functional Incontinence

How is incontinence evaluated?

A clear diagnosis is necessary to propose a treatment plan. So, our doctor will first examine you on the basis of the presenting symptoms & medical history. Also, you need to provide information regarding the pattern of your urine leakage to your doctor as it will assist to know the type of your problem. You may be instructed by the doctor to keep a diary and record when you void and what habit lead you towards it. In case, it will not possible to assess and diagnose with the help of your diary then different tests can help in this regard. Following is a list of tests that can be done to diagnose your problem and its exact type.

  • Urinalysis & urine culture
  • Cystoscopy
  • Bladder stress test
  • Urodynamics
  • Ultrasound

How Is It Treated?

Different treatment options are available and one option is selected on the basis of the type of your problem. The causes also help to select the treatment plan. Following is the list of treatment options. Your doctor can select any of the following options or even a combination can also be used on the basis of the severity and type of your problem.

  • Behavioral Remedies include Kegel Exercises & Bladder Retraining
  • Neuromodulation
  • Medicines for Overactive Bladder
  • Injections for Stress Incontinence
  • Biofeedback
  • Surgical procedure
  • Vaginal Devices for Stress Incontinence

Preoperative & Postoperative Instructions

You need to follow some preoperative and postoperative instructions provided by the doctor. Our experts will explain you some specific things if there will be the need to follow something special during, before, or after the course of treatment.

Procedure

Are you curious to know the procedure??? Our doctor will brief the whole procedure on the basis of the selected technique. As you know, different treatment options are available, so procedure differs.

Prevention

Prevention is also important. However, in this case, prevention doesn’t work all the time but it helps to reduce the risk. Following are some of the ways that can assist you to prevent incontinence.

  • Practice specific exercises that are named as pelvic floor exercises.
  • Maintain your health.
  • Don’t gain or lose too much weight.
  • Avoid smoking. If you are a smoker, seek help to avoid it.
  • Include more fiber in your diet. It can prevent constipation that is a cause of this issue.

Schedule A Consultation

Experts always recommend consulting before getting the treatment. During the consultation, our expert doctor will get your medical history, assess your physical condition, and provide you a treatment plan on the basis of overall assessment. This treatment plan will assist you to achieve your goal to get rid of the problem. What are you waiting for?? It is the matter of health. You shouldn’t wait anymore. It is your life and you should increase the quality of life to live it to the full. All of our doctors are board-certified, and they are always ready to help you. We have made it easy for you to consult us. Simply fill the following form and one of our experts will get back to you. Good Luck!

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