Difficulty with bladder control and urinary leakage is a common issue with women. West Georgia Urology provides the expert knowledge and experience to properly diagnose and treat Urinary Incontinence in Women.
Our medical staff will start by taking a detailed medical history and performing a physical examination. This evaluation may include the following:
- Urine culture and sensitivity
- Urine cytology
- Voiding diary
- Urodynamic testing
- Post-void residual measurement
The cause of the incontinence will determine the treatment plan developed for the individual patient. Often treatment will be a combination of more than one of the following treatment options to produce the best results.