Female urinary incontinence is common and increases with age. Prevalence ranges from 10% to 50% of all your female patients, but fewer than half of those affected ever consult. At least a clinical differentiation between stress and urge incontinence is important as they often exist together and treatment options differ significantly.
Urinary incontinence can affect both women and men and we endorse education to dispel the stereotype that men have only obstructive symptoms whereas women have incontinence.
We can perform/provide all or part of the Incontinence Assessment, including symptoms questionnaire, examination, scan and treatment advise. If your Service requires it we can treat patients with cystoscopic interventions (Botox (R)) or with Percutaneous Afferent Nerve Stimulation.