Currently experiencing urge incontinence and struggling to manage it. I do not know a great deal about urge incontinence apart from what i have read on the internet. I was first diagnosed a few years ago and just wore pads since. Can you give me and tips or advice to manage this please?
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Kegel exercises are non-invasive and can be highly effective. You can find out how to do these here.
Behavioural treatment doesn’t require drug use or surgery. It involves retraining the bladder in a healthy way. You can read about behavioural treatment here. Ensure you ask your Doctor about the best method for you.
If these methods don’t work, talk to your Doctor about sacral nerve stimulation. This is recommended as a minimally invasive therapy when natural treatment doesn’t work.
Tena Comfort Mini Plus pads are designed for very light leakages. Are comfortable in the style of pads? You might benefit from Tena Comfort Extra Pads, as they are ideal for the sudden loss of liquid when you have the urges. They are more absorbent and would put your mind at rest. You can purchase these here.