education and cooperation level, urodynamic evaluation results, and pelvic muscle strength measurement. is planned.
Urinary incontinence treatment; It is divided into two groups as surgical and non-surgical (conservative) approaches. These options are preferred according to the risks they carry and the potential to improve the patient's complaints. The absence of side effects and long-term improvement in symptoms make non-surgical treatment (conservative) methods the first choice, especially in stress incontinence.
Non-surgical treatment options for urinary incontinence:
• Bladder training
• Pelvic floor muscle exercises
• Electrical stimulation
• Vaginal and urethral instruments