Urinary Incontinence Q & A
When Should I See My Doctor?
Talking to someone about urinary incontinence can be embarrassing, but our doctors will show compassion while helping you find a solution. If you are feeling the urge to go frequently, are often leaking or your incontinence is having an impact on your quality of life—it is time to speak to a doctor to get expert medical advice. It is important to realize that your urinary incontinence could point to an underlying medical condition, restrict your social interactions, limit your activities and increase the risk of injuries for certain adults. Urinary incontinence can be caused by several different factors, such as:
- Certain medications
- Urinary tract infection
- Drinking alcohol or eating certain foods
Your OB/GYN and medical team can help you to find the cause and the solution for your urinary incontinence so that you can get back to living your life to the fullest.
How Can Nurture Women’s Health Help?
Urinary incontinence impacts women of all ages and all lifestyles. Experiencing this problem can significantly impact your daily activities if your symptoms are severe. Even if they are mild, leaking or feeling the urge to go frequently throughout the day can be very frustrating. Having to plan your life around your frequent urges to use the restroom, or your potential leaking, can really put a halt on your social life and make completing some of the experiences you wish to have impossible. You should never hesitate to see your local OB/GYN when you are having a problem with urinary incontinence.
At Nurture Women’s Health, our expert medical professionals have the knowledge and tools to both test for and treat urinary incontinence. You should not settle for living your life around this problem, as you might be surprised to find that simple lifestyle changes or medication can significantly improve your urinary incontinence.