Urinary incontinence in women is more common than you may think. With an estimated 25-45% of women experiencing this medical condition, many believe it is “just a part of normal aging” or a post-childbirth reality one has to simply accept.
This frequently means urinary incontinence and other pelvic floor conditions remain untreated, all while interfering with daily life and being known to negatively impact emotional and social well-being.
In this month’s installment of Prisma Health On Call, we’re connecting readers to Prisma Health urogynecologists who are here, on call, ready to answer your urinary incontinence + pelvic floor questions.
❓ What treatment options are available for urinary incontinence?
❓ Is it normal to leak urine when I cough or sneeze?
❓ Are there lifestyle changes I can make to manage urinary leakage?
❓ What is pelvic floor therapy and how will it help?
What do you want to ask? Submit your questions and we’ll share the physicians’ answers in the next few weeks.*
What urinary incontinence and pelvic floor questions do you have for Prisma Health physicians? Ask the experts.