Urine Incontinence

Urine Incontinence refers to the unintentional leakage of urine due to weakened or impaired bladder control. It can manifest in different forms, including stress incontinence, urge incontinence, and overflow incontinence. This specially takes place when there is pressure on the bladder during sneezing, coughing, or even exercising. Urge incontinence involves a sudden urge to urinate, whereas overflow incontinence is characterised by the inability to empty the person’s bladder.

It can affect people of all ages, but it is more prevalent in older adults, particularly women. Urinary incontinence can significantly impact a person's quality of life, leading to embarrassment, social withdrawal, and reduced physical activity. If it starts affecting your daily activities, please don't hesitate to see your doctor. As for the majority of the cases, simple lifestyle dietary changes and medical care can treat symptoms of urinary incontinence easily and effectively.

Some of the most common causes of urine incontinence are pregnancy and vaginal birth, obesity, family history, and age factor. Hence, we can say that it is essential for individuals experiencing urinary incontinence to seek medical evaluation and proper diagnosis. An accurate diagnosis will guide the appropriate treatment plan to manage or resolve the condition effectively. Many people can find significant improvement or even complete resolution of their symptoms with the right interventions and support.

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How Devasya Hospital Helps to cure urine incontinence?

Devasya Hospital is a leading institution in the treatment of urine incontinence, offering exceptional care and facilities. The hospital has various skilled and professional staff involving urologists and specialists experienced in managing urine incontinence and providing TVT-O treatments. With advanced facilities and diagnostic capabilities, Devasya Hospital provides comprehensive evaluations and personalised treatment plans. Patients can expect top-notch medical care, innovative procedures, and a supportive environment that focuses on their well-being and successful recovery.


  1. Weakened pelvic floor muscles are often results of either ageing, pregnancy or childbirth.
  2. Conditions such as urinary tract infections and bladder stones.
  3. Neurological disorders like Parkinson's disease or multiple sclerosis may cause urge incontinence.
  4. Certain medications, obesity, chronic coughing, and hormonal changes may also contribute to Urine Incontinence.
  1. Urinalysis: Analysis of the urine sample is done to look for signs of either any abnormalities or infection.
  2. Bladder diary: Records of the patient’s fluid intake, urination frequency, and episodes of incontinence are taken over a certain period.
  3. Post-void residual measurement: This test measures if the bladder still holds any urine even post urination.
  4. Urodynamic testing: It assesses bladder function and evaluates how the bladder and urethra are working together during urine storage and release
  1. Involuntary leakage of urine during physical activities, coughing, sneezing, or laughing.
  2. Sudden strong urges to urinate, followed by involuntary leakage.
  3. Frequent urination, often in small amounts.
  4. Bedwetting.
  5. Woken up frequently at nights for urinating.
  1. Occasional leakage during activities that pressurise the bladder.
  2. Mild urinary urgency or increased frequency of urination.
  3. Waking up at night to urinate.
  4. Feeling a weak stream while urinating or incomplete bladder emptying.
  1. Skin problems and infections: Constant exposure to urine can cause skin irritation, rashes, and urinary tract infections.
  2. Impact on quality of life: Incontinence can lead to embarrassment, social isolation, and a reduced ability to participate in daily activities.
  3. Psychological distress: It may cause depression, anxiety, or even decline in self-esteem.
  4. Increased risk of falls: The risk of falling while rushing to the toilet can increase, especially in older people.
  1. Maintain weight: Excess weight can pressurise the pelvic muscles and bladder.
  2. Practise pelvic floor exercises: Regularly perform kegel exercises so that the muscles get strengthened to control urination.
  3. Avoid bladder irritants: Avoid consuming alcohol, spicy foods, artificial sweeteners and caffeine.
  4. Treat underlying conditions: Seek treatment for chronic cough, constipation, or conditions that contribute to incontinence.
  5. Stay hydrated: Drink adequate fluids to prevent urinary tract infections but avoid excessive fluid intake close to bedtime.

Urine Incontinence can significantly impact an individual's daily life and well-being. Please consult a healthcare expert to identify the underlying causes so that proper treatment plans can be devised for managing Urine Incontinence effectively.

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