Guidelines on urinary incontinence

European Association of Urology


Urinary incontinence (UI) is a common problem that can cause considerable embarrassment and distress. GPs are well placed to assess and manage UI through interventions such as bladder training, modifying fluid intake appropriately, encouraging weight loss in patients with obesity, and pharmacological treatment.

This updated Guidelines summary covers diagnostic evaluation, lifestyle changes, and pharmacological management of UI. It also includes algorithms on the management and treatment of UI presenting in men and women.


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