To learn the cause of your
urinary incontinence, your doctor will first review your medical history and give you a physical exam. Along with routine testing, such
as a urinalysis, this may be all your doctor needs to diagnose the cause and start treatment.
doctor may ask you to keep a
voiding log. This is a record of the amount of
liquids you drink and how much and how often you urinate.
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This test measures your rate of urine flow. A low
peak flow rate can be a sign of a blockage or a weak bladder.
Pressure flow studies. This testing measures pressure changes in the bladder as the flow changes. It is often used when
the cause of a man's symptoms is uncertain. It can help show if the cause may be a blockage or a problem with the bladder muscles or nerves.