Incontinence is one such issue that people find hard to share about with those around. There is a stigma around it. This is the consequence of lack of knowledge alone. But apart from it, incontinence in itself is a serious problem that many do suffer from. Stats say that around 10% men and 38% women suffer from it in Australia alone. This makes people go for surgery. But is surgery the only treatment out there? ConfidenceClub (Australia) says that there comes a stage when it could be considered. But what is that stage? Furthermore, what all could be done about it?
Surgery and Incontinence – an insight by ConfidenceClub.
Incontinence, however, might seem like just one thing, but it has many kinds. Incontinence is a stage when the body finds it harder to hold urine or feces. This makes incontinence to be of two major sorts:
- Urinary Incontinence
- Fecal Incontinence