Incontinence: Male and Female

Urinary incontinence affects males and female (and children) and an overactive bladder is more common in older people, especially women.

If your incontinence is affecting your quality of life, it's best to speak to your doctor. Bay Urology will guide you through our treatment process.

Male Incontinence

Incontinence in men is nearly always secondary to previous surgical treatments (eg. post-prostatectomy) or trauma. As such, treatments may be covered by ACC under the Treatment Injury Legislation. 

André has a special interest in the workup and treatment of male urinary incontinence.  He has experience in the full range of procedures available, including the artificial urinary sphincter, the AdVance sling and the ATOMS sling.

Male incontinence Treatments

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Female Incontinence

Incontinence is a very common problem that interferes with a woman’s quality of life. We provide a full range of investigations and treatments for stress and urge incontinence.

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Female Stress Incontinence Treatments

Female Urge Incontinence Treaments

For most women, urge incontinence is treated with medication. Bladder retraining is also very important. Click to read more.

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