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Female Incontinence

About Your Care and Condition

If you’re among the millions of women with even occasional incontinence, you know what a hassle it is. Not to mention embarrassing. We have assembled a team of women's continence specialists. We're excited to tell you about new, effective options, and we know you're more than ready to hear about them.

Incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine. It can happen occasionally, such as when you cough or sneeze, or it may be ongoing, especially in women with physical disabilities or dementia. Depending on the reasons for your incontinence, treatment may include targeted exercises, medication, biofeedback, special incontinence devices or surgery.