Urinary Incontinence Treatment




There are several incontinence treatment such as: behavioral treatments (pelvic floor therapy), medication, electrical nerve stimulation, bulking agents and surgery.
Dr. Daniel Martinez, Urologist with Baptist Health South Florida, explains it depends on the patient and the problem; physicians try to keep the more invasive therapies towards the end.

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