Are herbal supplements a recommended option in treating urinary incontinence?

Exercise or diet. Pelvic floor exercise and dietary changes might be more successful. Keels exercises performed as 3 sets of ten squeezes performed daily is likely to be more helpful. Limiting highly acidic foods or highly seasoned food may be helpful.
Probably. I am not aware of any supplements that will help with incontinence. Keegle exercises and bio feedback are the only non surgical treatments that we use.

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I take an internal deodorant supplement (nullo) to treat symptoms of urinary incontinence. Is this safe, and in what doses?

Unknown safety. I did a quick research on the product. Chlorophyllin is a chemically altered chlorophyll. It has not been tested in a way that promotes a doctor to recommend it. Doses and side effects and long term effects are unknown. Finally, it has been used for rectal incontinence, not urinary incontinence. This is because it influences the gut/intestinal bacteria. Read more...

What are my options for urinary incontinence surgeries?

Depends. There are many different types or causes of urinary incontinence. Some are treated with medications. Some are treated with surgery. You should have your symptoms evaluated with urodynamics to help you decide on a course of treatment. Read more...
Urethral sling. There are several outpatient surgeries that can be done to correct urinary incontinence. The most common is a midurethral sling. There are a variety of techniques and your surgeon likely has one he or she prefers.These can be done through small incisions with minimal recovery. Discuss with your obgyn, urologist or urogynecologist. Read more...
Surgery/alternatives. First ? Is are you candidate for kegel's exercises to strengthen your pelvic muscles. Then there are medications to increase bladder capacity & reduce unwanted contractions +bladder neck tightening meds. Then see a uro-gynecol dr or gyn-urologist. Many forms of incontinence, sress ui, overactive bladder, "fallen bladder", neurogenic bladder, fistula etc. Hence need for urodynamic testing. Good luck. Read more...
Urodynamics. First & foremost is to test the bladder using urodynamics. Most women have mixed incontinence. Surgery restores normal anatomy but you need to know going in what the function of the bladder is starting out. Women with neurogenic bladder may not do well with surgery & wind up having to cathetrize themselves to empty the bladder. Ok if you know so beforehand. Read more...