About Bladder Leakage

“I was so relieved to find out it was a medical condition that could be fixed”
– Tina

Bladder leakage, or urine leakage, is common. If you struggle with bladder leakage, you are not alone.

  • Urinary incontinence (or bladder leakage) does not discriminate and affects both men and women; however, women are two times more likely to be affected.1
  • Approximately 18 million women in the U.S. suffer from urinary incontinence2
  • Bladder leakage occurs in 25% of women over the age of 18.2
  • 80% of those affected by bladder leakage can be cured or improved.3
  • While older individuals are more likely to be affected by bladder leakage, it still occurs to younger women.4

Finding a Specialist

Finding the right physician to treat your stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a very important step in seeking treatment. There are several specialists that may treat SUI, but even within each specialty, there will be physicians who specialize in certain conditions and treatment options.

Taking time to do your research can make all the difference in the care you receive. Remember to ask questions, get references and ask doctors about their success rates for each procedure you consider.

 

Be your own advocate to find the best fit for you.

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