Urinary incontinence

Incontinence isn't exactly something you'd bring up in dinner conversation, at the office or even with your closest friend, so it's no surprise that it oftentimes goes unmentioned at the doctor's office. Both women and men suffer from urinary incontinence, though it affects more women than men. And if you have it, you're in good company: more than 25 million Americans suffer from some type of urinary incontinence.

We know you're embarrassed. We know you'd rather not talk about. And we also know that living in silence with incontinence probably means you're not getting the treatment and support you need — and deserve. Wouldn't you like some relief?

Whether you suffer from stress, urge, overflow or functional incontinence, we have support, resources and health care providers that can help you manage your symptoms and feel more confident.