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I have tried dietary changes, Kegel exercises and electrical stimulation without success. What are my next options?

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I have tried dietary changes, Kegel exercises and electrical stimulation without success. What are my next options?

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If exercise, diet and other conservative treatments haven’t provided the improvement, surgery may be an option. There are a variety of surgeries that can help control incontinence. Most are minimally invasive and most patients achieve full recovery in as little as four to six weeks.

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Sometimes incontinence can be corrected surgically (after childbirth, for example). But I’m not sure that such a path is indicated for the elderly. It makes sense to use special products for a comfortable life with such a symptom, check it out on factorydirectmedical.com. My father uses special diapers for adults at night. This gives him the necessary comfort.

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