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What can I do about urinary leakage without taking a prescription? I am 67.

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Dr. Kamlesh Desai
Family Medicine
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In brief: Kegal's ex.

Decrease caffeine use, avoid excessive fluids, do kegals excercise, consider a pessary.

In brief: Kegal's ex.

Decrease caffeine use, avoid excessive fluids, do kegals excercise, consider a pessary.
Dr. Kamlesh Desai
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Dr. Andrew Siegel
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5IbliBiRzOw video will show how to do exercises
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In brief: Behavioral technique

It's important to have at least have a urinalysis to check for infection, diabetes, etc, and a bladder scan to check the amount of urine remaining after urinating, because it is possible that you may be overflowing.
If you are emptying okay and urine is negative, simple things to do are fluid restriction, minimal caffeine, timed voiding, and pelvic floor exercises.

In brief: Behavioral technique

It's important to have at least have a urinalysis to check for infection, diabetes, etc, and a bladder scan to check the amount of urine remaining after urinating, because it is possible that you may be overflowing.
If you are emptying okay and urine is negative, simple things to do are fluid restriction, minimal caffeine, timed voiding, and pelvic floor exercises.
Dr. Andrew Siegel
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