Urinary incontinence: Dr Zoe's tips for preventing stress incontinence

Lucky for those suffering from incontinence, there are many potential solutions that can help us improve and often eradicate incontinence.

Seeking advice from your GP is the first port of call for anyone experiencing persistent unintentional urination.

However, Dr Zoe suggests trying some self-help measures as soon as you can. She recommended using absorbent underwear for protection.

Dr Zoe said: “For the odd occasional leakage, Tena’s Silhouette Washable Absorbent Underwear provides triple protection for light incontinence, and looks just like regular underwear. This gives women the confidence to laugh, run or be tickled, without the fear of leakage, and without sacrificing style.”


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