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Many treatments exist for all types of urinary incontinence. Read about them here.

Treatment

The best treatment depends on the cause of your incontinence and your own preferences.

If you experience long-term incontinence, you can take some steps immediately that may eliminate or reduce the problem.

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Urinary incontinence may be treated with medications, but Kegel exercises and behavioral methods are often tried first.

There are several kinds of surgeries to treat stress incontinence.

Exercise and changes in habits are often successful in treating mild to moderate incontinence.

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