Stress Urinary Incontinence – Female
The most common type of loss of bladder control is stress urinary incontinence. It occurs when a person loses urine during strenuous movements such as coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercise, or sometimes with just minimal activity.
Many women experience this type of incontinence after childbirth as the sphincter and pelvic floor muscles are weakened, however; stress incontinence can occur in any man or woman Without a specific cause.
If stress urinary incontinence is interfering with your quality of life, behavior modifications, medication may be successful, however minimally invasive surgery is the most common and Most successful form of therapy.