Stress incontinence symptoms, causes, and treatments in Chicago

consultation about stress incontinence symptoms, causes and treatments

Stress urinary incontinence refers to unintentional urine loss with physical activity or movement such as sneezing, running, coughing, or lifting heavy weights creates pressure (stress) on the bladder. Dr. Sanjay Gandhi will educate the patient during the initial consultation about stress incontinence symptoms, causes, and treatments in Chicago. Stress incontinence is unrelated to psychological stress. It is also not the same as urge incontinence. In urge incontinence, unintentional urine loss happens due to the contraction of bladder muscles, typically related to a sense of urgency. Stress incontinence occurs much more in women than it does in men. Stress incontinence may … Continue reading