Medically Reviewed by Gary H. Emerson, MD
From an interview with Gary Emerson, M.D. McLeod OB/GYN Associates
The day a woman finally decides to move past the embarrassment of Stress Incontinence or Urge Incontinence and seek care, is a benchmark she’ll long remember. It’s the start of a journey to regain control of her life. No more leakage when she sneezes or coughs. No more constant scanning for a bathroom because of her overactive bladder. Yet, a woman has some work to do before she sees the doctor. McLeod Gynecologist Gary Emerson, M.D. suggests keeping a diary is key to beginning the diagnosis, evaluation and treatment:
Key points from the video:
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