Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Mumbai

Urinary incontinence, or the inability to control one's bladder, is a frequent and uncomfortable problem. The intensity might range from occasionally releasing urine when you cough or sneeze to having a sudden and severe urge to urinate that prevents you from reaching a toilet in time.


Urinary incontinence is not a natural part of aging. However, it does become more common as people become older. Doctors can treat the symptoms of urine incontinence with lifestyle and dietary adjustments and medical attention. If urine incontinence interferes with your everyday activities, visit Dr. Shweta Shah, one of the best gynecologist in Mumbai.


Symptoms of urinary incontinence

Many people have minor urine leaks from time to time. Others may have a greater tendency to lose moderate quantities of urine.


Types of urinary incontinence:

Incontinence due to stress

Coughing, sneezing, laughing, exercising, or lifting something heavy puts strain on your bladder, causing urine to leak.

Urge incontinence

You suddenly experience a strong urge to urinate, followed by an involuntary loss of urine. It may be due to some condition like diabetes or a neurological problem.

Overflow incontinence

Due to a bladder that does not empty entirely, you endure frequent or continual dribbling of urine.

Functional incontinence

You cannot make it to the restroom on time due to a physical or mental issue. 

Mixed incontinence

You have more than one form of urine incontinence.



According to your symptoms and type of urinary incontinence Dr. Shweta Shah, one of the best gynecologist doctors in Mumbai, will create a treatment plan for you. Lifestyle changes, medications, and surgery are the three primary forms of incontinence treatments available. Surgical options include sling procedure, colposuspension, and artificial sphincter.

Relevant Questions

Q. What routine checkups can i expect to undergo during my appointment with a gynecologist? and how often should i take them, like annually/monthly/quarterly/etc?

Routine gynaec check up depends upon the age of the patients and also on family history and past history

If you are sexually active it consists of doing a Pap smear test , it’s a screening test for cervical cancer , it’s a opd procedure, only thing is u should not be in your periods while going for this test

once very 3 years starting from 21 years till the age of 65 years

If u have a family history of breast , ovarian cancer in your maternal side  ( early cancers at age of 40 ) in your family , then genetic councelling and test for BRCA gene if postive an MRI of breast should be done breast self examination and and sono mammography should be done anually starting from 35 years

If there is no history then sonomamography anually beginning from 40 years of age

Also a per speculum examination should be done at first visit to look for any infection if you have a history of white discharge

Then if you are adolescent then sex education , menstural hygiene and if you are sexually active contraceptive counselling should be done

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