No one wants to experience incontinence or have to deal with the effects of it. Before approaching anyone about incontinence, consider how you would want to be approached.
Treatment plans for urinary incontinence vary, and a plan could include medications, surgeries, devieces, or physical therapy. It’s important to know that you have options.
If you care for someone with incontinence, you may find it stressful or frustrating. You are not alone--in fact, many caregivers share your feelings. Incontinence can be a source of stress and embarrassment for the person receiving care as well.