Urinary Stress Incontinence and sexual dysfunction are common, yet many women suffer through in silence because they believe there are few options available to help them. The last few years has seen major changes in how these conditions are managed and are leading to significant improvement in quality of life. Up to forty percent of women at some stage will experience urinary incontinence. The most common form is stress incontinence – leaking urine with coughing, sneezing, or exercise. This typically occurs after childbirth, most often with vaginal delivery. Urinary leakage gets worse with age, and after the menopause (due to
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