Sudden and frequent urges to urinate due to an unstable bladder. This is an enormously prevalent problem in both men and women, but many treatment options are available, including pelvic exercises, biofeedback and medications.
Some most common forms of bladder dysfunction:
The involuntary loss of urine can have a devastating effect on a life. Urine leakage can be due to an injured urinary tract, the effects of aging and childbirth, prostate disorders, neurological conditions, or a severe overactive bladder. At Stamford Urology we are equipped and experienced in identifying and correcting the underlying cause.
Bladder control problems can be caused by a variety of problems and are common in both men and women. At Stamford Urology we are experienced in treating all forms of bladder control dysfunction. Whether you have an overactive bladder, experience frequent urination, are suffering from stress urinary incontinence, or have been diagnosed with a neurological disorder, we have the training and technology to make an accurate diagnosis and formulate an individualized treatment plan.
Most of all, we strive to help our patients realize that urinary incontinence, poor bladder control or other bothersome symptoms are not necessarily the normal consequences of aging. Rather, these are very often problems that can be remedied. We urge patients to speak up, voice their symptoms and have an evaluation. We encourage them to take back that part of their life that poor urinary function has taken away.