Managing stress urinary incontinence -- a primary care issue.

  • Michael Kirby
  • Published 2006 in International journal of clinical practice


Stress urinary incontinence (SUI) is a common condition in women, caused by anatomical problems related to factors such as age, parity, menopause and obesity. Depending on the clinical findings and on the severity of symptoms, SUI can be managed with conservative methods including pelvic floor exercises, vaginal cones and general lifestyle modification… (More)


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