Female Bladder Health
If you suffer with a bladder control problem or urinary incontinence, you may feel embarrassed, alone and uncomfortable talking about it. But you should know that over 13 million people – men and women – in the United States have this problem.
What many people don’t know is that it can be treated. Our provider's treatments are extremely effective for bladder control problems and urinary incontinence.
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The truth about leaky bladders
Incontinence can present in two different forms: stress incontinence – the loss of urine during such activities as coughing, sneezing or even walking or running – and urge incontinence, also known as overactive bladder, which results in frequent, uncontrollable urges to urinate.
Aging does not automatically cause bladder control problems or urinary incontinence or bladder shrinkage. Bladders don’t shrink over time, and problems can occur at any age.
We can determine whether leakage is being caused by the bladder, pelvic floor, or both. We offer the most advanced diagnostics and solutions, and we’re known for delivering personalized care.
Remember, you don’t have to live with a bladder control problem. We can help.
ProMedica physicians specialize in helping women with embarrassing and uncomfortable bladder control problems. We know how to treat them and we understand how you feel.
We carefully evaluate every person who comes to us with a bladder control or urinary incontinence problem. Many can be improved with special pelvic floor therapy or medication. Sometimes surgery is the best option. With our thorough in-office evaluations, we’ll help you decide which treatment option is best for you. We’re the only group that offers you a complete range of urologic services right here.
Get help from the experts
We are board-certified urologists with over 100 years of combined experience. Our highly skilled surgeons are among the few specialists in the region who perform advanced minimally invasive bladder and pelvic floor surgery – always with the sensitive, compassionate care you want and need.
Our providers are fellowship-trained female urologist in northwest Ohio; we have a great deal of experience helping people overcome incontinence and pelvic floor problems. We want to get you back to normal function.
Contact a ProMedica physician today to schedule an appointment.