Sometimes incontinence can have an adverse effect on your quality of life.
When you’ve exhausted conventional treatments and the ever-present symptoms still pose as a major disruption to your every day activities, it may be time to look at a more radical solution, like surgery.
Although it is more invasive and has a higher risk of complications than other therapies, urinary incontinence surgery can also provide a long-term solution in severe or persistent cases.
Your surgical options depend on the type of urinary incontinence you have. Most options for urinary incontinence surgery treat stress incontinence. However, surgical alternatives are available for other bladder problems, including urge incontinence.
There are a range of surgical procedures to treat many bladder related conditions and you should consult your doctor about which best suits you.
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