In the early stages, female urinary incontinence is often reversible with simple lifestyle changes. Talk to your doctor about reducing caffeine intake or getting off medications that may aggravate the condition, such as some high blood pressure drugs. Certain medical procedures may also help female urinary incontinence. Retropubic suspension uses surgical thread to support the bladder neck. The sling procedure is a natural or synthetic strap to support the urethra.
Performing Kegel exercises, where you contract vaginal muscles, may help. Vaginal estrogen may also reduce leakage.