AT ONE TIME OR ANOTHER IN THEIR LIFE, HALF OF ALL WOMEN WILL BE AFFECTED BY URINARY INCONTINENCE.
Far too many people accept urinary incontinence as a part of their life or they find the symptoms are too intimate for them to seek treatment. Many are living with symptoms that not only lead to daily physical discomfort, but which can also affect one’s mood and restrict social development.
However, urinary incontinence CAN be treated. If you affected by the condition, or if you have the initial symptoms, then this website is for you.
What is incontinence?
Urinary incontinence is defined by an inability to hold onto urine between visits to the toilet. There can be many reasons why you will be affected by this condition and there are many different variations of the condition. On this website you can find descriptions of the different types, information about types of treatment, a discussion forum, tips and advice and much more.
About Incontinence Stop
This website is intended for girls and women of all ages, who in one way or another are affected by urine incontinence. The aim is to provide in-depth information about the condition and remove the taboo surrounding incontinence in general. The hope is that more people will seek treatment, rediscover an active life and enhance their quality of life.
As incontinence is a very common condition, it should be a matter of course that you talk about it with others – not least with your family doctor. We must not hide. Approximately 50% of all women experience incontinence in one form or another in the course of their life, and if you seek help, there is a good possibility of recovery.
We all have a right to treatment
We must not allow ourselves to be satisfied with explanations like: “You just have to live with it, because after all you have had children” or similar statements, and there is no reason to conceal the problem. Statistically speaking, half of your female acquaintances have exactly the same problem as you.
It is important to go to the doctor and get a diagnosis and treatment. This website is intended to help those, who would like to learn more about the condition before seeking medical advice, read about types of treatment of the different types of incontinence, as well as discussing with others in the same situation as you.