Think its all part of normal aging? Think it’s uncommon? Its Not. You don’t have to suffer with it. Effective treatment is easier than you think.
Urinary incontinence is a medical condition that can have many different causes and treatments. Millions experience the loss of freedom and control associated with urinary control problems. Incontinence disrupts women’s activities, lives and career. The frustration and embarrassment can take a heavy toll on your emotional well-being and personal relationships. Don’t be a prisoner to your bladder any longer.
Is your bladder controlling your life and always occupying your thoughts?
Do you have to run to the bathroom to avoid wetting yourself?
Do you wake up at night having to use the bathroom?
Do you often have to go to the bathroom 7 or more times in 24 hours?
Do you frequently have a strong sudden urge to urinate?
When traveling, do you have to stop often for a bathroom break?
Do you have to know all the bathrooms nearby when you go out?
Do you wet yourself when you cough, sneeze or stand up?
Do you turn down invitations because you are afraid you’ll experience incontinence?
Have you stopped jogging, tennis or other activities because of a leakage problem?
Have you started to wear panty liners or pads to avoid embarrassing accidents?
Does a fear of wetting yourself and smelling of urine keep you from social activities?
Are you spending too much money on personal items for urinary leakage?
Do you experience:
Having to push or strain to urinate?
Discomfort or pressure in the lower abdomen or genital area?
If you answered “yes” to any one of these there is treatment available.
It has been Dr. Keri Sweeten's professional experience that most patients overlook these issues as a result of certain myths: normal part of aging, little can be done, treatment is invasive or there is a high failure rate. Don’t keep putting it off. The facts are what most women today don’t realize is that most types of incontinence are both treatable and preventable. There are current, safe and effective minimally invasive procedures that can help you control this condition, stay active and be confident. Talk to Dr. Sweeten today about your symptoms. There are choices and hope for relief. Dr Keri Sweeten and her staff are compassionate about helping, committed to the treatment of incontinence offering state of the art diagnostics and possessing specialized and current training that few others in Arizona do.
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