Do you leak urine when you cough or sneeze? Are you unable to make it to the toilet in time? Do you have a constant urge to urinate? Do you dribble or leak after going to the toilet? Do you leak for no good reason?
Urinary incontinence comes in many different forms as outlined above. There are a number of strategies that can be used to treat the various forms of incontinence including pelvic floor muscle training and bladder training techniques.
Pelvic floor exercises need to be taught to ensure that these are being done correctly. This is done using real-time ultrasound to visualise the pelvic floor muscle contractions. once you can execute a correct pelvic floor muscle contraction, a program of pelvic floor exercises will be prescribed specific to your condition.
In circumstances where a weak or overactive bladder may be contributing to your incontinence symptoms, a number of specific strategies are used to address these issues.