Whether you’re unable to empty your bladder (retention) or hold in urine (leaks), bladder problems may have a significant impact on your health and quality of life.
These issues are not something you ‘just need to get used to’. People who experience bladder problems are often hesitant to do something about it, because they find it embarrassing to talk about or simply consider it a sign of aging.
Over 70% of people over the age of 40 experience some kind of urinary disorder1.
¹Coyne K, et al. (2009). The prevalence of lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) in the USA, the UK and Sweden: results from the Epidemiology of LUTS (EpiLUTS) study. BJU International, 104, 352-360. Study of 30,303 participants.1
In order to clarify what is causing the symptoms and to rule out any potentially serious conditions, it’s important to get help.