- Behavioral training, such as bladder training and timed urination.
- Lifestyle changes and pelvic floor (Kegel) exercises.
- Medicines: Healthcare professional may prescribe medications that relax the bladder or decrease bladder spasms to treat urgency incontinence in women -Like Antimuscarinics, Tricyclic antidepressants or Beta-3 agonists
- Electrical nerve stimulation. If behavioral and lifestyle changes and medications do not improve symptoms, the health care professional may suggest electrical nerve stimulation as an option to prevent UI, urinary frequency—urinating more than normal—and other symptoms.
Urge incontinence after menopause is treated with vaginal estrogen cream that helps strengthen the urethra and enhance bladder capacity.
Published by: Sumana Rao | Posted on: April 12, 2017