Urinary incontinence can be treated successfully for most women.
It affects one in three women after childbirth and around one in two women over the age of 50. Despite these high numbers, urinary incontinence remains a sensitive and taboo subject. Women rarely talk about it with each other or with their doctor.
For those affected, simple everyday things like running for the bus in the morning, lifting grandchildren, and laughing can cause urine leakage and lead to stress and anxiety. Conversations, walks, and sleep are frequently interrupted by an urgent need to urinate or by urine leakage, thus impacting on quality of life.
At Urofemme, we have the experience and technology to accurately assess your incontinence in a caring and respectful environment. After conducting further tests, we will propose a personalized treatment plan and forward it to your doctors.
You will receive extensive information on the options available to you, whether these are conservative treatments, medications,
or surgical solutions.