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Gotta go....again? Treatments for female incontinence
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Does coughing, laughing or exercise cause an uncomfortable situation? Do you urinate frequently, or feel an urgent need to use the bathroom? When incontinence interferes with your lifestyle, it might be time to seek treatment. And, the sooner you do, the sooner you can get back to what's important in your life.

Thursday, May 23
(Originally scheduled for April 18, this FREE seminar was canceled due to bad weather and has been rescheduled)
6:30–7:30 p.m.
Fairview Ridges Hospital
Conference Rooms A and B
201 E. Nicollet Blvd.
Burnsville, MN 55337

REGISTER NOW!

Join us for this FREE event featuring Steven Bernstein, MD, from the Fairview Center for Bladder Control.

Registration is required due to limited space.
Please call 612-594-7654 or register online.

Learn about Solutions

Women of all ages—and about one-quarter of all women—have problems with urine leakage, overactive bladders, or a sagging/dropped bladder. But many don’t realize it’s a medical condition with medical solutions. You don’t have to let bladder control issues prevent you from participating in the activities you love.

Types of Urinary Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the inability to control the release of your urine. Types of urinary incontinence include:
• Stress incontinence – minor leakage when you cough, laugh or sneeze
• Urge incontinence or overactive bladder – a sudden, intense urge followed by an involuntary loss of urine
• Mixed incontinence – a combination of stress and urge incontinence
• Overflow incontinence – inability to completely empty your bladder

A Broad Range of Available Treatments

Dr. Bernstein can help you determine whether you can be helped by basic changes—such as drinking less water and muscle training—or whether medications, surgical or nonsurgical treatment options would be more appropriate.

You can make an appointment with Dr. Bernstein, who’ll work closely with you to diagnose your condition and develop the best treatment plan for you to manage it and live a healthier life.

Unable to make the event but would like to schedule an appointment? Call 763-898-1000.


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