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Urinary incontinence in women

Bladder control problems are common in women. Two out of three women with urinary incontinence don't seek help because they don't think anything can be done. This is not the case. There are things you can do to help yourself, and there are treatments available. If you are struggling with incontinence you should see your GP for assessment and advice.

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Written by HealthInfo clinical advisers. Endorsed by clinical director, Urology, Canterbury DHB. Last reviewed May 2016.

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See also:

Bladder retraining

Pelvic floor exercises for women

Prolapse

Page reference: 47495

Review key: HIUPW-65591