UrogynecologyIncontinence

Ditch the absorbent pads and embarrassing leakage.

If you aren’t able to suppress the urge or you leak urine at inopportune times, you are not alone. You also don’t need to suffer with these problems in silence or wear uncomfortable pads or underwear. Don’t let incontinence limit your life — especially when successful treatment options are available!

There are two forms of urinary incontinence:

Stress incontinence

Many women, especially after childbirth, leak urine when they laugh, sneeze, cough, jump, or even walk — any activity that puts pressure on the bladder.

Overactive bladder

When the sudden strong urge to urinate comes on very quickly and you aren’t able to manage that urge, it can be embarrassing.

Up to
%
of women suffer from urinary incontinence
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What are the treatment options for urinary incontinence?

Treatment options include medication, exercises, surgery, and electronic stimulators. Your care provider can help you decide which treatment option is right for you depending on the cause and severity of your problem. The key is to remember that urinary incontinence is a common issue among women, and we’re here to help you.

Words from Real Patients

I play softball, and my incontinence was embarrassing. With Dr. Chase’s help, I finally made it to first base without peeing! The only way I could think to repay her was to give her a softball as a symbol of my appreciation. Thank you, Dr. Chase!

I can finally do everything I used to be able to do, from running around the yard with my kids to hiking 40 peaks.