Harvard Women's Health Watch

What you can do about incontinence

Half of women suffering from urinary incontinence never seek treatment, but they should. There are many effective treatments for stress and urge incontinence, including Kegel exercises, medication, botulinum toxin A (Botox), and surgery.

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