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What treatment options are available and recommended for stress leakage? I had a hysterectomy 9 years ago and I am 55 years old now.
Urine leakage is very common and treatable. Women should not have to suffer from urinary incontinence.
Weight loss, kegel pelvic exercises and avoidance of constipation is key. There is a disposable over the counter vaginal pessary like device called Poisse Impressa that can be used.
The APEX (Automatic Pelvic Exerciser) became available as of January 2015 without a prescription and it strengthens the muscles that hold up the bladder neck. Surgical options like a sling can also be considered.
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April 16, 2015 at 11:00am
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