• Find it difficult to hold urine?
  • Or do you find it difficult to pass urine?

Women often suffer from incontinence. Female incontinence can be caused by a weak pelvic floor or an over-active bladder.

In men, urination problems can be the first sign of prostate cancer.

We take these issues seriously. To diagnose the problem, a GP performs a physical examination (in men and women) and an incontinence nurse reviews a voiding or bladder diary, where you record fluid input and urinary output.

Based on the results, the medical team will plan a course of therapy for you.