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Info Sheets on Urinary Incontinence and
Pelvic Floor Reeducation

pdf_button Education pamphlet on urinary incontinence: Published by the Society of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists of Canada.

pdf_button Self-questionnaire on urinary incontinence: For a better understanding of the causes and treatment options for this condition.

pdf_button Main types of urinary incontinence: To understand the differences between them.

pdf_button Urinary stress incontinence: A practical tool to begin discussion of bladder weakness with your doctor during your next appointment.

pdf_button Your pelvic floor: To understanding how the weakening of the pelvic floor can cause leaking and other long-term problems.

pdf_button Kegel exercises: A practical reference tool.

pdf_button Vaginal cones: Find out more about vaginal cones and how they can help you strengthen your pelvic floor muscles. A LadySystem® exercise diary to follow your therapy is also available.

pdf_button Changes in lifestyle: See how a few changes to your lifestyle can help you control bladder weakness.

pdf_button The management of urinary stress incontinence: Conservative therapies are usually recommended as first line treatments.

pdf_button Voiding diary: Keep a diary of your urinary leaks to help your physician to better understand your condition.

 

Last update: July 6, 2011