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What to ask my doctor?

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Prepare for your next visit to the doctor’s office

If you’re one of the many women living with bladder weakness, you’re bound to have questions about the condition. Talking about weak bladder or incontinence can be daunting, to help you we’ve put together a list of questions you can ask in your next visit to your gynaecologist or doctor:
 
  • What’s the cause of my symptoms? 
  • What kind of tests do I need?
  • Is my bladder weakness temporary? 
  • What treatment is available? 
  • Are there any side effects to the treatment? 
  • What lifestyle changes could help reduce the risk of leaks? 
  • How do I get started with pelvic floor exercises? 
  • I have other health conditions. How can I best manage the combination of these conditions? 
  • What kind of protective products work best for urinary leakage? 
  • Is there a support group for people with my condition? 

Types of incontinence

There are three main types of bladder weakness.

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Five minutes a day

Here’s how you strengthen the pelvic floor.

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