Most people take bladder control for granted. But for about a third of people ages 30 to 70, incontinence is a big issue. But there are steps you can take to keep your bladder healthy and minimize trouble if you do have incontinence.
If you leak urine involuntarily, you may have urge or stress incontinence. (Urge incontinence is caused by muscle spasms or contractions while stress incontinence results from muscle weakness.) Here are 11 medications that may help.
There are drugs and surgeries that may help incontinence, depending on the cause of the problem, but there are other options. Exercises, lifestyle changes, and possibly even some supplements may help. Here are 12 to consider.