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Urinary Incontinence Surgery

Urinary Incontinence Surgery: What is it, Causes, Risk Factors, Prevention and More | Singapore General Hospital

Urinary Incontinence Surgery - Symptoms

Urinary Incontinence Surgery - Diagnosis

The diagnosis is often obtained from a well-taken history and complete physical assessment. The latter gives the doctor an idea of your pelvic floor muscle tone and helps to exclude other diagnoses with similar symptoms.

Tests to exclude urinary tract infection, stones and bladder tumours may be needed. In some people, urodynamic studies, a complex assessment of changes in bladder activity during filling and emptying, may be needed to confirm the diagnosis.

Urinary Incontinence Surgery - Preparing for surgery

Urinary Incontinence Surgery - Post-surgery care

Urinary Incontinence Surgery - Other Information

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