How long will urinary incontinence last after treatment?

Depends. Overactive bladder (oab): medication can take about 4 weeks, physical therapy 4-12 weeks, neuromodulation 6-12 wks. Stress incontinence (sui): pelvic muscle exercise-2-3 mo's, meds 4-6 weeks, midurethral sling (outpatient surgery) - immediate results.
Depends. Where you treated with medications or surgery. You did not specify what type of treatment you had, I am not a urologist, i will not be able to give you a definitive answer without knowing what was done to you. I think I have answered some of your questions before..
Days to weeks. Depending on the treatment. If medication is used to relax the bladder and that works then it could be very effective right away. If diet, exercise and bladder training is used it could take much longer. If the bladder had dropped after a hysterectomy and a sling can be placed to prop up the bladder into a more natural position then the incontinence could stop immediately.

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Which are good treatments for urinary incontinence?

Depends on the type. You may have stress incontinence, which happens when you cough or sneeze. You may be able to improve your symptoms by cutting back on caffeine and doing kegel exercises. You may have urge incontinence, that you feel the urge and then your bladder just empties. This is often improved with medication. You may have urethral hypermobility which is easily treated in the office with renessa. Read more...
Stress incontinence. While many procedures and devices have come along for stress incontinence (i have tried them all as a urologist) the gold standard remains the mid-urethral sling. Peri-urethral bulking agents may help some temporarily. Renessa and other gimmicks done in the office have failed miserably for most women. This is a years old device being re-introduced to a new generation of doctors. Read more...
Urinary Incontinence. There are a few types of incontinence: stress incontinence: leaking w/ activity/coughing/ sneezing or urge incontinence: a sudden urge to got to the bathroom. Different types of incontinence are treated differently. Some can be treated with surgery and others medication.A good resource is www.voicesforpfd.org. You can also discuss further with a gynecologist/ urogynecologist/urologist. Read more...