Incontinence in women is a common problem, but fewer
than 40% of individuals seek medical advice.
Rather than seek appropriate bladder treatment and advice
to help manage the problem, many women adapt by
altering their lifestyle.
Poise® can provide you with information and advice on the process toward regaining bladder control from incontinence, offering bladder management options as well as supporting resources in Singapore. Poise® offers support during this process by offering information on pelvic floor exercises, downloadable bladder diary pages, and other valuable bladder training and management advice to help you learn how to regain control.
There is however one person you should talk openly with about managing bladder control problems – your doctor or health care professional. They can help determine the cause and type, as well as help you take the necessary steps to regain control and improve your condition.
Because the last thing you want to do is let light urinary leakage get in the way of doing the things you love.
Discover options to help you manage and treat your bladder problem, including biofeedback, medication, surgery, exercises and bladder training. Keeping a bladder diary will help you learn how to best manage your condition and which treatments may be the most appropriate.
Pelvic floor exercises are important to women of all ages and doing pelvic floor exercises will help strengthen the muscles of your pelvic floor that control your bladder and urethra. Find the Poise® interactive guide here.
Keep a bladder diary, set goals with your doctor and as an effective treatment option, train your bladder to increase the amount of time between trips to the toilet.
Get more information and learn the truths regarding bladder problems and regaining control through bladder management.
Frequently asked questions
Throughout Singapore, there are organisations and other resources dedicated to providing help and advice, treatment options and management techniques for incontinence sufferers.